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Speed the Security Clearance Process and Ensure a Trusted Federal Workforce
Our industry-leading technology uses AI and machine learning to scour all publicly-available, open-source web data, speeding the investigatory process, reducing the backlog and modernizing security clearance to ensure a trusted federal workforce.
Radiance conducts 160,000 web searches against 8,000 terms related to the 13 adjudicative guidelines. It correlates those terms with the name being searched, and pulls all applicable content into a comprehensive report. The results are prioritized, making it easy for you to further analyze the findings and determine potential risk.
- Exhaustive Search Capabilities – Radiance conducts 160,000 web searches against 8,000 terms related to the 13 adjudicative guidelines
- Quick and Effective – A manual search of this magnitude would take more than one year to complete
- Beyond Social Media Monitoring – Deep web listening and proprietary algorithms search the entirety of the web
- Proprietary Databases – Web search results cross-reference with 1 million queries into proprietary risk databases
- Easily and Rapidly Deployed – Software as a Service platform is highly configurable, and user friendly
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Radiance does not develop or produce consumer reports as defined by the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and Lumina is not a consumer reporting agency. Radiance does not verify the identity of individuals or determine the accuracy of the public information provided through search results. Radiance should be used for research and/or intelligence gathering purposes only, and not for making employment decisions. Customer is solely responsible for complying with FCRA and any other applicable laws when using Radiance.
You must be over 13 years of age in order to try Radiance. In addition, you may not submit the name of an individual that is under the age of 13 years. By agreeing to our Terms of Service, you agree to comply with COPPA and are over 13 years of age. COPPA stands for Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act – a set of rules established in 1998 by the Federal Trade Commission. Click here for more information.
Radiance’s purpose-built, best-in-class algorithms overcome the challenges of massive unstructured data ingestion and prioritization.
And then some.
Radiance performed at a 93%
accuracy for HTML, JSON and other so-called messy documents. Stanford’s NER and other open sourced named recognition scored 0% in the same test.
Radiance is disruptive and forward thinking. Lumina created AI-powered solutions for cumbersome, legacy processes and for problems previously considered impossible to solve.