World-renowned deception detection expert, bestselling author and TED talk superstar Pamela Meyer has joined the Converus Advisory Board. She will provide strategic direction and broad industry contacts to Converus at a time when the company is poised for explosive growth in both the private and public sectors. Utah-based Converus has ... Read More
Darryl Bullens, who has worked in polygraph since 2001, went from skeptic to believer in Converus’ EyeDetect technology after meeting with the Converus Science Team.
LEHI, Utah – March 17, 2017 – Polygraph examiners continue to embrace Converus’ credibility assessment technology, EyeDetect. Today, Darryl Bullens, polygraph examiner, forensic investigator, and ... Read More
If one Utah start-up technology company has its way, drug testing will soon be done by monitoring the subject’s eye behavior via a high-speed, infrared eye-tracking camera to detect illegal drug use. The technology, EyeDetect by Converus, offers a more comprehensive and accurate drug test, and eliminates the need for ... Read More
Organizations looking for reliable, comprehensive business intelligence data can now simply look into a person’s eyes by using a new technology called EyeDetect — the first nonintrusive business intelligence tool that accurately assesses a person’s credibility in 30 minutes by analyzing eye behavior.
Getting away with telling a lie in Ohio will soon become far more difficult, according to Bill Evans, president of Poly-Tech Associates. Evans is the first Ohio-based company to offer EyeDetect — a nonintrusive lie detection technology that accurately identifies deception in 30 minutes by analyzing eye behavior.
Treatment providers, as well as corrections and law enforcement officers, attending the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA) conference in Orlando, Florida on Nov. 2-5, learned how a new scientific tool called EyeDetect can accurately verify sex offender statements made during treatment and/or parole evaluations.
Soon sex offenders nationwide may be examined for any parole or probation violations by a new lie detector that monitors eye behavior to detect deception. EyeDetect is the world’s first nonintrusive lie detection technology that accurately detects deception in 30 minutes by analyzing involuntary eye behavior.
Polygraph examiners at the recent American Polygraph Association (APA) seminar in Baltimore learned the truth about the accuracy of a new credibility assessment tool called EyeDetect by Converus. Participants were challenged to take the EyeDetect “numbers test,” where candidates pick a number between 2-9, write it down, hide it in ... Read More
Mark Handler, a former police officer and polygraph examiner, joins Converus as Director of Professional Services beginning today. His duties will include managing professional services, such as consulting and training, as well as technical product management. His overarching goal is to help accelerate Converus’ EyeDetect lie detection technology as ... Read More
With the U.S. on track to process 10,000 Syrian refugees this year, government officials and military experts are concerned that terrorists can infiltrate refugee groups because of inadequate vetting procedures. GOP Presidential Candidate Donald Trump recently called for “extreme vetting” of those who want to enter the U.S. Converus, a ... Read More
Converus (“with truth”) is committed to providing trustworthy, technological solutions for deception detection. EyeDetect is an alternative technology for deception detection that is accurate, cost-effective, efficient, secure and nonintrusive. It allows businesses to manage risk and ensure workplace integrity, and assists law enforcement agencies and governments to detect deception.