By: Jason Black
Risk is not a point-in-time event, but an amorphous and constantly evolving assessment. Corporations have historically relied on one-time background checks to mitigate their risk of employing individuals who will bear their firm’s name both in the good they do as well as, in some cases, the bad. Whether this is insider trading at a bank, drunk driving as a taxi driver, or theft as an on-demand home cleaner, corporations expose themselves and their customers to significant harm if their employees break the law.
GoodLight is building software so that employers get a more complete and continuously updated view of the risk associated with their employees. These non-invasive techniques ensure that employers are not caught off guard if one of their employees has done something that would put their customers, employees, or brand in harm's way.
The company is being built in NYC by Tal Tchwella, a cybersecurity veteran and former MIT Computer Scientist. The team is currently hiring for a wide variety of positions. To view more job opportunities at GoodLight, click here.