BALTIMORE, MD – September 30, 2015 – OptioLabs announced today the selection of PrivateEye to complement AMD PRO A-Series processors in providing enhanced security API. PrivateEye will be integrated with the new AMD PRO A-Series processor, offering a mobile secure processor with the ability to control proprietary and regulated information displayed on Windows desktops, laptops, and tablets for enterprise, government and consumer users alike. PrivateEye will actively work with the new AMD PRO A-Series processor to prevent visual eavesdropping by blurring the computer display whenever an authorized user is not paying attention. For enterprises needing to comply with regulations, this collaboration allows them to be secure and compliant right out of the box, without the need for additional costly and painstakingly complex security solutions.
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