PrivateEye software solves almost all the problems associated with over-the-shoulder espionage.
GCN — Greg Crowe
Best New Security Start-Up Company of the Year (Software)
— Info Security Global Excellence Awards 2012
…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.
Oculis technology should help protect sensitive intelligence information from being compromised…
Information Week — Elizabeth Montalbano
…software to prevent prying eyes from gleaning any information from computer screens.
PC World — John P. Mello Jr.
I was just on a plane, and I could have used this!
SiriusXM — Mario Armstrong
Could U.S. DoD workers using laptops outside (or even inside) the office use a PrivateEye? We think so…
Military Embedded Systems — Chris Ciufo
Oculis Labs’ technologies offer a vital new capability in securing computer systems against a wide range of insider and outsider threats.
In-Q-Tel — T.J. Rylander
Oculis has developed a unique product for a security threat that normally we don’t think about
— Top 300 Startups
Many of you likely work with sensitive data on a regular basis. Whether it be classified government information, personally identifiable data, or any other type of data that should be protected, there are many ways to secure it in the digital domain. In fact, securing that data digitally is the easy part. What about the [...]
CTOVision.com — Dillon Behr
This is about the coolest and, at the same time, most useful security product we have seen in a long time
SC Magazine — Peter Stephenson
Not only do you have to secure your network, you need to be concerned about who can see over your shoulder. This software is very important… Very high-tech. This software is very important… Very high-tech.
Capital Insider — Morris Jones
This technology is sure to impress your friends and colleagues, as well as the latte-drinkers at your local Wi-Fi coffee shop. It’s cool! … I’m definitely impressed with the way it automatically restores the fuzzed-out screen upon recognizing me back at my desk.
PCMag — Neil Rubenking
I have to say this product is amazing. I was blown away by how well it worked.
Tech Cocktail — Mark Bebawy
Pretty cool — all you need are your eyes to make it work
— Yahoo Tech
…for those who really need to make sure their screens are safe in public, this software keeps out nosy neighbors and deliberate spies alike
Popsci — Stuart Fox
Ideal for office situations where privacy of information is paramount, such as medical settings, financial institutions, law firms, etc.
— Baltimore Sun
This helps solve the not-well-solved problem of leaving terminals unattended.