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Lie detector tests

GSP Group offers polygraph tests consultation and services. These services are offered to a diverse customer audience that includes businessmen, private individuals, institutions, insurance companies, international companies, and more. GSP offers excellent conditions solutions to customers who require polygraph examinations on a regular basis in large quantities, in accordance with the volume of customer activity.

GSP Group employs qualified, professional and experienced polygraph examiners, who perform polygraph tests in our office, at the client's office and in any other destination according to need and based on the circumstances. After the test, the client receives a detailed report describing the findings and the examination results. Customers may use this report according to their needs, including exhibiting it in legal proceedings, since the opinion of a polygraph examiner counts as an expert opinion in court.

Polygraph testing is usually in following cases:

• As a part of professional and personal examination of a new candidate for a sensitive position in company or organization, especially when the job requires the employee's exposure to sensitive and classified material related to the company's financial or professional secrets.

• When the company management wishes to institute periodic polygraph tests to protect the vital assets of a company (usually to prevent leakage of proprietary information and trade/security secrets) and instill an atmosphere and awareness in order to protect the secrets and classified information of the organization regardless of specific event or suspicion .

• When an unusual event took place in the organization and the number of suspects is relatively small:

• When the insurance claim is submitted by the insured person, and the claim is suspected to be false, inflated or that a claimant's witness gave a perjury to help obtaining the insurance money.

• When there is suspicion of a leak of classified information by secret's partners in the company or organization.

• When there is suspicion of fraud, forgery or theft by authorized or privileged members of the organization / company.

• When there is suspicion of leaks to the media or business competitors by secret's partners in the organization / company.

• When an employee is suspected of breaking the ethical code or required rules of conduct in the organization / company.