USIS has come under congressional scrutiny ever since it became public that the firm had performed background checks on former contractor and security leaker Edward Snowden, as well as Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis, who killed 12 …
Altegrity is the holding company for U.S. Investigations Services (USIS), the nation ... USIS vetted Edward Snowden before he leaked documents about U.S. spying efforts. USIS was also responsible for vetting Aaron Alexis, the …
USIS said it has been cooperating with the government's investigation. The firm also vetted Aaron Alexis, the technology contractor who killed 12 people at the Washington Navy Yard in September. The lawsuit is not about the firm's review of …
The company responded earlier this week on its website that its investigations of Snowden and Alexis were conducted properly and tied the company's previous problems to company officers no longer with the firm. USIS also emphasized …
many of which are farmed out to companies such as USIS. Besides allegedly botching Snowden’s background check, USIS cleared Washington Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis.
After initially denying they were involved, the U.S. government’s main provider of background checks, USIS, has admitted it cleared Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis in 2007. The same company was called out for “shortcomings” in its …
Snowden is currently in exile in Russia. USIS that become the focus of the scrutiny of US congress last year due to its connection with Snowden also vetted Aaron Alexis, the technology contractor who killed 12 people at the Washington …
The private contractor that handles background checks for the Department of Homeland Security and vetted Edward Snowden and Aaron Alexis had its computer systems hacked in what it believes is a state-sponsored attack. USIS
Maybe Social Intelligence is just seeing an obvious opening. The company that vetted Edward Snowden -- the United States Investigation Services (USIS) -- also vetted Aaron Alexis, the Navy Yard shooter. USIS has been in hot water …
USIS also vetted Aaron Alexis, the technology contractor who killed 12 people at the Washington Navy Yard in September. The lawsuit is not about the firm's review of Alexis or Snowden, who is wanted by the U.S. government for …