Program Offers Partnership between Northrop Grumman and the Advantage Incubator@bwtech with Goal of Commercializing Technology to Protect the Nation from Cyber Threats   Baltimore, MD – November 29, 2011 – Oculis Labs, a developer of data privacy software that protects mobile and desktop computers from visual eavesdroppers, today announced its acceptance into the Northrop Grumman [...]

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By Mike Lennon on September 12, 2011   Oculis Labs, a developer of data privacy software that protects mobile and desktop computers from visual eavesdroppers, today announced a partnership agreement with In-Q-Tel (IQT), the not-for-profit, venture capital arm of the CIA. The company said In-Q-Tel’s relationship and investment would help it accelerate Oculis Labs’ success in both government and commercial [...]

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CIA’s Next Mission is to Keep Prying Eyes Off Your Screen By John P. Mello Jr., PCWorld    Sep 14, 2011 6:19 AM   The CIA takes such a dim view of people peeking at computer displays while someone is working that the agency is investing in Oculis Labs, a company that makes software to prevent prying eyes [...]

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In-Q-Tel is investing in technology from Oculis that prevents visual eavesdroppers from seeing information on computer screens. By Elizabeth Montalbano InformationWeek September 13, 2011 12:52 PM The CIA  in investing in security technology that protects PCs from so-called visual eavesdroppers in an effort to prevent key intelligence information from falling into the wrong hands.  [correction to the [...]

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Sometimes the consequences of having someone looking at your computer screen when you’re at work can be worse than the embarrassment of being caught on Facebook — especially if your work involves sensitive or classified material. But the CIA now has a technology to protect such data from prying eyes, InformationWeek reports. The agency and its nonprofit [...]

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On November 7, at Cowboys Stadium, Dallas Texas, Panasonic is launching the Panasonic Toughbook Tablet and Oculis Labs going to be there.  We’ll be demonstrating PrivateEye Enterprise on the Panasonic C1 and discussing our vision for protecting the next generation of mobile devices. Here is more information on the event.  If you’d like an invitation [...]

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      Ranked the #1 radio show in the Boston Market, and with more than 4,000,000 downloads, Tech Talk With Craig Peterson is the top tech show nationwide. Craig interviews top industry insiders and explains the technology secrets everyone needs to know. Check out this week’s show where Craig interviews Oculis Labs CEO Bill [...]

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Investment Advances Delivery of Display Security to Intelligence Agencies   Hunt Valley, Md. – September 12, 2011– Oculis Labs, a developer of data privacy software that protects mobile and desktop computers from visual eavesdroppers, today announced a partnership agreement with In-Q-Tel (IQT), the independent, strategic investment firm that identifies innovative technology solutions to support the [...]

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Top 300 Startups is a definitive guide to startups demonstrating innovation, sustainability and excellence.  This year they selected Oculis Labs. Why OculisLabs? “Because, they operate in a space that is rapidly gaining customer and investor interest” “Because Oculis has developed a unique product for a security threat that normally we don’t think about” “Because, their management [...]

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Could U.S. DoD workers using laptops outside (or even inside) the office use a PrivateEye? We think so – if that PrivateEye is the security software incarnated by Oculis Labs, anyway. Able to find its home on Panasonic Solutions Company’s rugged MIL-STD-810G-compliant Toughbook 31, C1 convertible tablet, and 53 semi-rugged notebook models – among other [...]

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