Technology start-up Converus says Transparency International’s recently released report on worldwide corruption validates the importance of and need for EyeDetect — a new lie detection method for assessing individuals for unethical or criminal behavior. Transparency International, a non-profit watchdog group dedicated to uncovering corruption and promoting government transparency, released the ... Read More
Converus and its new Premier Service Provider (PSP), Consultores Asociados en Seguridad y Servicios S.A. de C.V. (CASS), held a standing-room only event Oct. 22 in the NH Hotel in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico.
Sixty-three people attended, coming from varied companies including Alfa, Cablevision, Chrysler, FEMSA, Home Depot and Heineken. Attendees ... Read More
More than a 100 professional polygraph examiners flocked to Colombia-based Latinamerican Polygraph Institute’s (LPI) Oct. 21 lie detection conference, which featured Converus’ EyeDetect technology. Converus Science Team Member Dr. David Raskin also spoke at the event. He’s world-renown for his work in investigating and developing improvements to the polygraph.
The conference ... Read More
David Wattley, a 24-year veteran of the FBI, decided to put retirement on hold to continue fighting corruption and fraud — a $2.6 trillion problem worldwide — by becoming an authorized service provider for Converus’ EyeDetect. The recently released technology is the first ocular-motor deception test method for lie detection.
Wattley ... Read More
Employee corruption is a CEO’s worst nightmare. Trying to find a way to stop it only adds to the headache. That’s why CEOs rely heavily on human resource departments to find employees who don’t have a history of committing crime, accepting bribes, using illegal drugs and divulging confidential company information. ... Read More
Since its worldwide launch at an April press conference in Mexico City, interest in Converus’ (www.converus.com) new lie detection technology, dubbed “EyeDetect,” has steadily grown. The start-up company has received queries worldwide and has held meetings with several large companies throughout Latin America. To help manage the growth, Converus has ... Read More
After announcing the release of EyeDetect in April — the first new, viable lie detection technology since John Augustus Larson invented the modern-day polygraph in 1921 — Converus has received queries worldwide.
To help manage this technology start-up’s initial growth phase, two seasoned veterans were added to its executive team this ... Read More
A U.S.-based company says it has discovered how to not just open the window to the soul via one’s eyes, but also accurately determine whether or not that soul is lying.
For years, “polygraph” and “lie detector” have been synonymous. That’s because since 1939 the FBI has been using the polygraph ... Read More
Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert will lead an executive trade mission to Mexico April 7-10. The Governor’s Office of Economic Development has invited technology start-up Converus to join the delegation and to present during the events scheduled in Mexico City April 7 and 8. The goal of this trade mission ... Read More
SensoMotoric Instruments (SMI) and Converus announce that Converus has OEM’ed the SMI Eye Tracker for inclusion in EyeDetect — Converus’ patent-pending solution for efficient and reliable detection of deception. Converus CEO cites SMI’s RED-oem eye tracker’s exceptional data quality as a key reason.
EyeDetect’s unique ocular-motor deception test detects deception by ... 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.