Media Coverage

May 9, 2016

Why Uber and Lyft aren’t looking to tech to solve their fingerprint problem

Los Angeles Times

“Ninety percent of companies do background checks and then forget about it,” Ananthanpillai said. “You want to be able to catch people proactively. So if a driver got arrested last night for a DUI, you want technology that will notify you right away, instead of waiting weeks for the government to update its database.”

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March 30, 2016

The Emergence of Continuous Screening: Moving Background Screening From Pre-hire Problem Identification to a Threat Management Tool that Helps to Mitigate Risk

Pre-Employment Directory

Infinity screening is taking hold because employers are finally learning and understanding that pre-hire detection of problem behavior is not enough to forestall or foretell future bad behavior that creates risk for the organization. Its’ no surprise to any experienced business manager that at the core of risk and threats to businesses are the people they employ.

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February 17, 2016

Here Are the Nominees for Tech Madness 2016

DC Inno

“Soon, we’ll be selecting 64 of the companies for the bracket, and seeding them based on factors including how much capital they’ve raised, product traction and business growth. … After that, it’ll be up to you to vote, based on which companies you think will have grown the most in five years’ time.”

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January 15, 2016

3 Ways to Develop the Perfect DevOps Culture

In the seven years since the first “DevOps Day” took place in Europe, DevOps’ influence has spread to every corner of the world. Many organizations have embraced the concept, and it’s changed the way business is done. These companies have benefited from removing the gulf between development and operation teams—we have seen companies consistently churn out better software, in shorter time periods, to achieve new levels of efficiency.

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January 5, 2016

How to Reduce Insider Threats with Continuous Risk Monitoring

Computer Technology Review

“Organizations must become proactive about identifying their insider threat risk by implementing continuous risk monitoring. Software and advanced data analytics now makes it possible to automate the process of analyzing public data in real-time so companies can actively monitor changes in risk throughout that individual’s tenure with the company.”

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December 7, 2015

Sifting data to boost safety and security

Fleet Owner

“Yet it’s not just about protecting your company … It’s about getting the ability to get ahead of potential problems, such as a driver who gets two DUIs driving their personal vehicle. ‘These are the few ‘ticking time bombs’ a company really needs to worry about; not the vast majority of their workers’ … Something to think about as fears about home-grown terrorism are being rekindled anew.”

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October 26, 2015

The Future of Screening: Continuous, Post-Hire Monitoring

NAPBS Journal

“Today’s background screening model is simply insufficient. Most companies screen employees at a single point in time (if
that), before they are hired. And while an employee may have posed limited risk at that time, life events can trigger external
high risk indicators that are unknown to the organization. People and circumstances are more dynamic than ever before.”

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October 22, 2015

IDentrix Announces Rochelle Sherman as Chief Product Officer


“IDentrix, a leading provider of identity-based risk monitoring solutions, has named Rochelle Sherman as Chief Product Officer. Sherman brings more than 15 years of product strategy and development experience to the company, where she’ll spearhead marketing and sales for the patented IDentrix solution that continuously evaluates personnel data and proactively alerts organizations to potential employee risks.”

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September 29, 2015

Employers Turn to Surveillance to Curb Employee Risk

Wall Street Journal

“Using a software program called IDentrix … his team can continuously check public records for everything from DUIs to bankruptcies, and alert officials when something happens to an employee that creates a potential risk. ‘If you go out and get a ticket for jaywalking, we don’t care. We care if you’re a felon,’ he said. ‘If you’re working in financial markets we may want to know about liens, judgments, civil actions that could indicate someone is in financial trouble and more likely to do something wrong.’”

“Before … [IDentrix] … his team performed an initial background check when a person was hired, and followed up with checks every three years after. By monitoring public records across the country, he’s alerted when a worker is arrested or convicted for an offense that would trigger concern for the employer, saving time and money by not having to conduct screens on workers who have no change in their status. ‘We re-screen only those who indicate to us through alerts that we need to look deeper,’ he said. ‘The alerts find needles in haystacks for us.’”

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August 19, 2015

Trust no one: A better way to close the security gap?


“Identity security is behind another application designed to flag the activities of agency employees who might be involved in or subjected to fraud. IDentrix continuously monitors personnel data, starting with prehire background checks, to alert organizations to potential internal threats. The software checks more than 65 public identity attributes, including criminal and court records, to keep employees’ risk profiles continuously updated and correlated through their entire work history.”

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