Information Service Providers

Help customers monitor employee criminal activity to safeguard enterprises from insider threats

We Understand the Level of Responsibility Your Customers Shoulder

The pressure is on for your customers to screen every job applicant carefully—but fill positions as quickly as possible. Once hired, they have no way of monitoring an employee’s criminal activity. An insider risk program isn’t in place yet, so their organizations are vulnerable to criminal activity. Sensitive data could be stolen. Fraud or embezzlement could impact their enterprise’s financial health and damage the company’s reputation. Employees could be victims of workplace violence.

Your customers may not be aware that the majority of inside criminal activity may go undetected. If an employee is incarcerated, they have no means of being notified. They’re carrying the weight of insider risk every day with no way to mitigate it.

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Enable Your Customers to Easily Conduct National Background Checks and Actively Monitor Employees

With access to the broadest incarceration database in the U.S., your customers can now conduct national background checks with ease for every potential new hire. We can help find criminal convictions that may go undetected by traditional, less extensive searches.

Post hire, they can continue to monitor all employees you provide, knowing that ongoing monitoring is imperative to safeguarding their organization against insider risk. With the peace of mind knowing they will be automatically notified in near real time when an employee may be booked into custody, customers know they’ll be ready to take appropriate steps to mitigate risk for their organization.

With our Risk Intelligence™ solution, customers now have a proven, effective insider risk program in place that includes access to the nation’s most robust incarceration data network.

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An Essential Solution for Helping Customers Mitigate Insider Risk

With our data and analytics, we earned a national reputation for the breadth and reliability of solutions that can help your customers proactively mitigate insider risk. No other solution can keep your customers informed of criminal activity better than Risk Intelligence. 

By providing your customers with Risk Intelligence data and analytics, they’ll have access to:


More than 80% of all incarcerations in the U.S.


Access to incarceration data from over 2,000 incarceration facilities


Automatic notifications of arrest bookings and incarcerations typically within 60 minutes

You Are Critical in Helping Your Customers Mitigate the Impact of Insider Risk

As information service providers, you are critical in helping your customers mitigate the impact of insider risk—from potential violence in the workplace to fraud and embezzlement that can jeopardize an enterprise.

We understand the seriousness of those risks and can help you provide your customers with peace of mind that comes from a proven, reliable data and analytic solution for insider risk mitigation.

We’re ready to partner with you to provide your customers with the power of the most extensive incarceration database in the nation.

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case studies

Real-Life Examples of Insider Threats

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A rideshare company hired drivers with criminal convictions. According to the District Attorney of San Francisco, the company hired 25 drivers in Los Angeles and San Francisco with criminal records for arrests ranging from property crimes to sex offenses to murder. The background screening service employed by the company only looked back seven years and did not monitor drivers for future offenses.*

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In July 2016, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office arrested a repairman working for an air conditioner company after he had assaulted a woman and restrained her young children in her home during a service call to repair an air conditioner. In 2009, he had been arrested and charged with burglary of an unoccupied dwelling, third degree grand larceny, and possession of a controlled substance.**

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