HUNT VALLEY, Md. -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- The world is going mobile and that means privacy concerns will only increase as people work and play on their various devices in public. To help prevent “over-the-shoulder eavesdropping” and avert privacy concerns, Oculis Labs announces today that over 10,000 users, in 26 countries, have adopted its PrivateEye software solution. With innovative software that reacts to the real world, PrivateEye protects with computer vision technology to obscure the screen when the user is not present or when eavesdroppers attempt to view the display. For enterprise and government organizations it has central management features that allow it to be deployed easily by IT departments.
Join us for a free webinar on December 4 at 11:30 a.m. EST to learn how PrivateEye protects on-screen data. Just visit: https://join.me/539-381-767. All attendees will get a 30-day free trial of PrivateEye. The trial version is fully functional and includes these features:
Eavesdropper Detection – Detects and alerts the user whenever eavesdroppers try to read a display. PrivateEye blurs the screen to keep information private and automatically resolves when the threat has ended.
Screen Protection – Instantly protects the screen whenever the user looks away from it and clears it again when the user looks back.
Face Recognition – Unlocks the computer with just a look at the user and locks it whenever the user is away. If anyone else tries to access the computer, the face recognition system keeps them out.
In addition to enjoying rapid user adoption in 2012, Oculis Labs has received tremendous recognition and multiple accolades, including:
“Privacy is a fundamental desire and the need to safeguard data security is increasing on a global scale,” said Bill Anderson, CEO, Oculis Labs. “Our company has always advocated for the importance of protecting data at every point in its lifecycle – including the last two feet from a user’s eyes to the screen. The worldwide surge in adoption of Oculis Labs’ products is a testament to the heightened international awareness of the need for visual privacy and security solutions.”
About Oculis Labs
Oculis Labs, headquartered in Hunt Valley, Maryland, develops data privacy software that secures the last two feet of the Internet – the distance from the computer screen to a user’s eyes. The company’s products protect valuable information displayed on mobile and desktop computers from unintended viewers. Today the company offers PrivateEye for consumers and the enterprise and Chameleon for government and military users. These two solutions safeguard all displayed information from visual eavesdropping. For more information, visit www.oculislabs.com.