Protect Business Assets with Employees in Positions of Trust


Cost of Corruption

The cost of corruption is estimated to equal more than 5% of global GDP (US $2.6 trillion), with more than $1 trillion (US) paid in bribes annually.

Corruption adds up to 10% to the total cost of doing business globally, and up to 25% to the cost of procurement contracts in developing countries. Typically, customers suffer as a result in the form of higher prices.

Create a Culture of Integrity

When organizations use credibility assessment tests to pre-screen job applicants and to conducting ongoing evaluations of employees, the word gets out that the integrity and honesty are important. This policy will have an effect on employees and future job applicants.

High risk employees have two choices: 1) Change behavior or 2) Leave. High risk job applicants will be discouraged from applying for the job. In both cases, the organization wins.

Security & HR Directors

As the head of security or human resources, one of your most important roles is to ensure that anyone hired by or working for your organization has a clean track record and is committed to maintaining the highest level of honesty and integrity while employed at your company.

As the head of security, all corporate security falls under your jurisdiction. This includes physical security, the safety of employees and facilities, and safeguarding company assets, including digital assets. Loss prevention, fraud prevention and privacy fall squarely on you.

EyeDetect will enable you to provide both services to your organization—quickly and efficiently. And more importantly, employees will not feel ‘violated’ by the testing process because no sensors are attached.

EyeDetect can make the job of these two key positions far easier. Rest assured knowing all your new employees have been effectively screened, and you have technology at your fingertips to assess the honesty of a current employee anytime — quickly and economically.


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… 85% of the time [EyeDetect technology] correctly classified the participants as guilty or innocent.

Source: Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied - September 2012

Worldwide Corruption Perceptions Index – 2015

Source: Transparency International