NJVC and Oculis Labs have entered into a new strategic licensing agreement which gives NJVC exclusive reseller rights for Oculis Labs’ PrivateEye Enterprise and Chameleon software applications.
The companies announced the agreement Thursday, which will make NJVC the official supplier of PrivateEye Enterprise 4.0 and Chameleon to certain customers, as well as offering full maintenance and support services.
Oculis Labs’ software applications protect sensitive and classified data on computer displays against unintentional disclosure for government customers and other regulated industries.
Bill Anderson, Oculis Labs founder and CEO, said the partnership with a tier-one technology services provider like NJVC will help better protect mobile computer users in government and commercial organizations.
PrivateEye desktop security utilizes facial recognition and detection algorithms with a standard webcam to protect information displayed on computer screens from eavesdroppers.
Featuring a gaze-tracking technology, Chameleon allows authorized individuals to read classified documents in a crowded room and prevents other individuals from reading the screen.