We recently announced our collaboration with the new AMD PRO A-Series processor, which offers a mobile secure processor. The exciting thing about our partnership is that together we are adding security features into AMD’s processors and protecting businesses from both insider and outsider threats to their data.According to BizTech Magazine, new technologies such as ours are improving end-point protection.  In light of the growing risks from malware and data breaches, our partnership is working to

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It’s that time of year again, where companies are allocating funds for 2016 planning, including your IT budget. We expect to see IT budgets in 2016 continue to consolidate resources and move towards the cloud. Legacy systems are being pushed for updates, and everyone is looking for where they can make the most impact in protecting their networks, corporate data, and employee PII.But, have you thought about protecting your data at the point of use?Data

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Good news PrivateEye customers and fans, we’ve updated PrivateEye’s enterprise data compliance and security software to be even better.New to PrivateEye Enterprise 5.2:Added alert to notify user that an Intruder was detected while they were away from computer – keep apprised of whether or not an intruder was trying to access your sensitive information, whether you are there or not.Improved multiple webcam usability (where one camera is closer to you than the other) by enabling

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In case you missed our webinar this month on Insider Threat Protection at the Point of Use, here are some key points to consider when protecting your valuable data from prying eyes. Watch the webinar to learn how to detect, prevent, and prove insider threats.Often traditional security products focus only on protecting your network and devices, but a major weak point that many enterprises don’t consider is protecting the very computer screen or mobile device

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Your computer is your gateway to your online life. Every day you read and post to social media, email colleagues and friends, share photos, and documents. You probably do your banking, book travel, and manage your daily plans and schedules. Most people are so connected they forget just how much data goes in… and how much could come out. You’re not leading the life of an international spy, so you don’t need to worry that

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