iCognative™ technology can be a valuable asset in addressing homeland security challenges by providing a non-invasive and efficient means of identifying individuals who may pose a threat to homeland security.
The technology can quickly screen individuals and reveal hidden information present in a subject’s brain, such as their true identity, connections to terror networks, and future intentions.
The iCognative™ test is applicable to a majority of crimes where a witness or suspect can be questioned. Unlike traditional methods that rely on unreliable testimony from people under interrogation, iCognative™ pulls the truth out through brainwave monitoring.
With iCognative™, investigators can quickly and accurately link suspects to their crimes, making it an essential tool in the fight against crime and homeland and security threats.
The United States Homeland Security faces a wide range of challenges, including the threat of terrorism, illegal immigration, smuggling of contraband, and the spread of infectious diseases. These challenges require a multi-layered approach to security, including intelligence gathering, surveillance, and physical security measures.