PrivateEye: HP-IAPP 2012 Privacy Award Winner
HP and the International Association of Privacy Professionals presented Oculis Labs with the 20152 HP-IAPP Privacy Innovation Award last week at the annual award dinner in San Jose, California. The award is in recognition of the Privacy Innovation that went into creating PrivateEye Enterprise. This award is very important to Oculis Labs. The IAPP is a 13,000-member strong global organization dedicated to advancing the practice of protecting privacy. Their members are some of the top policy makers, lawyers, and practitioners in the business and their work protects hundreds of thousands of individuals in 70 countries. To be selected by IAPP, and to be considered in such company as previous award winners Microsoft, IBM, and Novell is an honor and a recognition we take very seriously.
Privacy for your Organization
PrivateEye Enterprise secures the information on your computer displays to reduce your risk of data loss. We take a novel approach to information security: we secure the data at the point of use, where your valuable data enters the real world. Using facial recognition software and computer vision technology that detects and prevents over-the-shoulder eavesdroppers, PrivateEye protects while ensuring normal user productivity.
PrivateEye helps Privacy Officers, CIOs, and security personnel comply with access control and clean-screen policies, and it quickly identifies problem areas in the organization where data is actively at risk.
"Anyone who works in the government, or in any organization for that matter, can tell you that information security is a top priority... And all of this can be undone by someone looking over a remote user's shoulder at the right moment - or the wrong moment, as the case may be." - From GCN