Advanced lie detection technology like EyeDetect+ helps security companies hire more trustworthy personnel and conduct more efficient investigations.
December 1, 2020Jeff Pizzino
Security Today magazine recently named EyeDetect+ the 2020 New Product of the Year Award Winner in the Employee Screening category. This enhanced version of EyeDetect, released by Converus in May, uses a device called “Physio Tracker” to gather the similar physiological data captured by a standard polygraph instrument: cardiovascular, respiration ...
September 21, 2020Jeff Pizzino
EyeDetect’s tagline, “The eyes don’t lie,” is now a registered service mark. EyeDetect, by Converus, is considered a next-generation lie detection technology because it’s the first credibility assessment method that detects deception by analyzing involuntary eye behavior. It uses an eye tracking camera to take approximately 60 measurements per second of ...
September 18, 2020Jeff Pizzino
As part of its annual awards, the American Polygraph Association (APA) named Mark Handler, Converus director of professional services, winner of the Leonarde Keeler Award. He earned this coveted recognition for his “long and distinguished service to the polygraph profession.”
September 17, 2020Jeff Pizzino
A Utah tech company, Converus, continues to contribute innovations to the lie detection industry. Its latest is the EyeDetect Multi-issue Comparison Test (MCT), which scores up to four target behaviors in a single screening test and accurately identifies the issue(s) that caused the examinee to fail the test.
August 19, 2020Jeff Pizzino
Northwest Fire District’s (NWFD) hiring events used to draw thousands of applicants. Even after NWFD capped hiring events at 1,000 applicants, and then later at 500 applicants, it would still max out the organization’s ability to effectively identify the best candidates.
July 16, 2020Jeff Pizzino
SUMMARY: Defendant in rape/murder case says excluding polygraph and EyeDetect test evidence at trial denied him his constitutional right to a complete defense.
July 5, 2020Jeff Pizzino
Utah tech company Converus wants to help monitor for possible cases of misconduct or reckless disregard by letting 15 U.S. law enforcement agencies use EyeDetect to determine if job applicants or existing personnel have engaged in excessive force, domestic violence, violent crimes or unreported work-related discipline.
June 10, 2020Jeff Pizzino
Customers and the public trust security firms to safeguard people, places and information. This trust is quickly destroyed when security personnel commit a crime — which credibility assessment technology company Converus says is mostly due to inadequately prescreening job candidates.
June 10, 2020Jeff Pizzino
Converus (“with truth”) provides scientifically validated credibility assessment technologies that help protect countries, corporations and communities from corruption, crime and threats.