BCBS Corporate Security Leadership Conference

Protus3 News, Training

Chris Peterson and Tasha Dyson presented training at the 18th Annual BCBS Corporate Security Leadership Conference in Durham, NC. Tasha presented “Background and Social Media Investigations.” This program covered basic concepts and processes for conducting background investigations, including data sources and identifying information. The program covered address searches, criminal/civil record searches, credit reports, driving histories, and other searches common to …

Wake STEM Early College High School at Protus3

Wake STEM Early College High School at Protus3

Protus3 Computer Forensics, Mobile Forensics, News, Security Schematic Design, Training

Protus3 was excited to invite four students from the Wake STEM Early College High School into the office for a day of Job Shadowing. This is one of the best ways to learn and gain experience all while making connections with professionals. The students were specifically interested in Forensic Science, IT Technology, Cyber Security, and Criminal Investigating. Our experts showed …

Tasha Dyson

Tasha Dyson Presents at Cary Chamber

Protus3 Background Investigation, News

Tasha Dyson presented Background Investigations: 7 Questions to Consider at the Cary Chamber of Commerce Business of Women luncheon. The Business of Women luncheon hosts approximately 70 women in a variety of roles in most industries. This presentation covers some of the questions companies should be asking – both inside the company and to their background investigation service provider. Some …

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Nationwide Criminal Search: A Persistent Myth

Tasha D. Dyson Background Investigation

Dragons. Mermaids. Fairies. The Loch Ness Monster. Bigfoot. Leprechauns. Nationwide criminal searches. All are mythical creatures. We’re asked all the time if we offer a “nationwide criminal search” or a “multi-state criminal search”. The answer is always “No.” Why not? Because it simply doesn’t exist. When you talk about a “nationwide criminal search” or a “multi-state criminal search”, what do …

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Why Do Background Investigations Take So Long?

Tasha D. Dyson Background Investigation

Time is the number one challenge for employers in the background investigations process. That was one finding in the study entitled “How Human Resource Professionals View the Use and Effectiveness of Background Screening Methods” published by NAPBS and HR.com in June 2018. You can read the entire report here. The report did not include the expectation about how long background …