Investigator Pro 4.0, Securus Technologies Newest Software Explained

Investigator Pro 4.0 has been released to the security market as the latest in voice security software. This software system is unique in the fact that it is the first program that can use voice sampling technology to record either an inmate or individual calling into or out of a facility and then use that sample for voice recognition.

This software helps investigators with increased biometric security by running a search using the voice in question through many different recorded conversations. Before investigators would only have one piece to a puzzle and now with the voice search technology, they can put the whole puzzle together and stop crimes before they happen.

Investigator Pro 4.0 helps answer questions such as:

Is the individual in question talking to other inmates in the same facility?

Was the person calling ever an incarcerated person themselves?

Are released inmates calling incarcerated inmates?

Plus Investigator Pro 4.0 works within the Securus network and offers features such as: voice identification confidence ratings to ensure the highest probability for a voice recognition match, and high interest group tagging to help uncover gang related or person of interest activities.

Securus Technologies is one of the top inmate communications companies in the nation and is always leading the way with new technology for public safety. Securus is headquartered in Dallas, Texas, and provides information management, public safety, biometric analysis, emergency response, and investigation management to over 3,400 facilities and for 1,200,000 inmates nationwide.

Increased Protection through SEC Whistleblower Programs

SEC whistleblower programs have changed the game have revolutionized what it means to come forward with information. Exposing corruption was something that was much more difficult just a hand few of years ago, but the various SEC whistleblower programs, such as the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, have paved a path that is a lot more friendly to those people that want to come forward.

While it is without question a lot safer to come forward with information these days, as these programs protect an individual from retaliation and provide anonymity to a person blowing the whistle, it is still very important to hire a qualified whistleblower attorney. There are more and more law firms that only take on these types of whistleblower cases and they should be the first people to look at when it comes to retaining an attorney for representation. The biggest reason why it is such an advantage to do this is the fact that these attorneys work with whistleblower cases each and every day and are going to have a distinct advantage in court over another lawyer that takes on other cases.

If you do decide to get yourself a highly qualified SEC whistleblower lawyer, you will be putting yourself in a good position to find yourself with a hefty pay day, which is what happened in a recent case. SEC lawyer Jordan Thomas recently got one of his clients a payday of more than seventeen million dollars, which is one of the biggest cases to date. A lot of people have information that can expose corruption in business, but a ton of people simply do not want to put their necks on the line and come forward. It is a different story when the awarded sum is in the twenty million dollar ball park, so there is a very highly likely chance that this is going to turn into a snowball effect. It is a proven fact that those people who are represented by a highly qualified lawyer that specializes in these types of cases is going to be the best candidate, so if you do want to come forward, take your time and find a highly skilled whistleblower lawyer to represent you.

Adam Goldenberg: What He Has Done With JustFab

If you do a lot of shopping online for your apparel, you may have run across the website JustFab. JustFab markets and sells some of the hottest new designs both for casual and formal attire for women on YouTube. They also have Fabletics, which sells workout and athletic wear for both women and men, as well as FabKids for young children. What makes JustFab special is they offer their apparel at discounted prices compared to their competitors, and make the shopping experience rich with social interaction features. But it was the unlikely ideas of entrepreneur, Adam Goldenberg that made JustFab possible.

Adam Goldenberg hardly knew anything about fashion before he started, but he was skilled at social media marketing when it first became a big trend. He actually started out in the marketing and PR industry when he was only 15 years old. He built a website for gaming enthusiasts called Gamer’s Alliance, and in three years Intermix Media bought it out. Intermix Media was the parent company of MySpace’s founders, and they liked what Goldenberg could bring to their company, so they hired him to come there when he was only 18 years old. While still only 20, Goldenberg became Intermix Media’s Chief Operating Officer, the youngest ever to do so for a publicly traded company. But even more so, Goldenberg would meet another aspiring entrepreneur, Don Ressler who would become his friend and business partner.

In 2005, Don Ressler and Adam Goldenberg decided to leave Intermix Media and start up their own company. They weren’t exactly sure what to go into, but they decided it would be the fashion retail industry. It was a bold move as neither of them really knew anything about fashion, but they did their research, marketed a few brands, and in 2010 launched What made this company special was that Goldenberg and Ressler were willing to try new things in thee way they ran it.

They held various functions for new styles to be shown, and with the help of various fashion consultants, they were able to attract a couple popular names to the brand. Probably the most popular figure to enter the JustFab world was Kimora Lee Simmons, a model who’s had a huge fan following, and became JustFab’s creative director on But even more so, Matrix Partners’ Josh Hannah also came on-board with JustFab, liking the potential they had and raised venture capital funding to help their operations expand worldwide.

Keith Mann Is Looking Out For the NYPD

It is no secret that times are tough for cops right now. However, Keith Mann has always appreciated kids and all of the hard work that they do. It is a thankless job at times and requires a level of commitment that only certain people can do. Every time they go out there, they have a job where there is a lot of risk involved. These are people with families and children. There are many nights where their families are worried sick about them. Keith Mann has a tremendous amount of respect for them, as his Uncle is a detective in Staten Island.

Mann has seen how bad things have gotten in terms of how people perceive the police, view the police, and act around the police. He is not a fan of it. He took it upon himself to do something for them to let them know they are appreciated and he recognizes all of the hard work they do all year long. He sent everyone on the 54th Street precinct lunch as a way to say thank you, get some positivity going, and let them know that someone out there is on their side.

Gestures like this really go a long way and can really impact other people as well. One would imagine that the cops are feeling a lot of press, stress, and anxiety with everything going on around them. Because of this, it can make a tough job even tougher. However, knowing they have someone like Keith Mann from Dynamic Search Partners in their corner is a step in the right direction. There needs to be harmony and there needs to be peace. There is no need for all of this rancor and all of this hostility. This is the kind of individual that Keith Mann is.

When he sees something or something that needs help, he steps up to the plate and does something about it. He doesn’t sit idly by and let it happen. He takes action and has always been a man of action. He believes in the good of his fellow man.

Seattle Genetics Unveils Ambitious Plans For Expansion And Growth

Seattle Genetics has invested widely in research and innovation meant to fight the cancer pandemic and their recent plans could further this resolve. Their fast growth can be attributed to the several drug pipelines they have offered to the market coupled with the inclusion of leading pharmaceutical companies in their research and production processes.


The company has is investing to widen its pipeline and is working to see that its first drug is adopted for use. They are planning to come up with new and more advanced drugs and cancer treatment methods as well as enlarging their employee base. This move to inject more effort into research meant to unveil drugs for treatment of cancer underscores their role as a research center concerned about offering solutions.


Adcetris, one of the many drugs Seattle Genetics has produced, is largely applied in the treatment of lymphomas and the drug alone raked in at least $226 million from sales in the United States and Canada and they are optimistic this amount may rise to more than $255 million before the end of 2016.


Seattle Genetics is planning to introduce another drug, 33A, into the third phase of the clinical trials in 2016. The drug will be used in the treatment of acute myeloid leukemia. Additionally, they are manufacturing a drug that is used in the treatment of breast cancer and two others for bladder cancer. Clay Siegall, the CEO and President of the company explained that they are going to put a huge amount of data in the three drugs for the year 2016. This process will be made successful through the hiring of additional 100 employees.


Clay B. Siegall, Ph.D, CEO, Seattle Genetics

Clay Seagall is the founder and CEO of Seattle Genetics. He also works as the President of the company since its establishment in 1998. He is trained as a scientist with focus on cancer therapies, something that guided him to build Seattle Genetics on a foundation of innovation and research. Through his effort, Seattle Genetics has partnered with multiple companies for its ADC technology, which include AbbVie, Pfizer and GlaxoSmithKline and Genetech.