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In-Q-Tel Forms Partnership, Invests in Mobile Privacy Software Developer

In-Q-Tel has formed a partnership with Oculis Labs, a software developer that protects mobile and desktop computers from visual eavesdroppers.

In-Q-Tel invests in innovative technology solutions that support the U.S. intelligence community.

The firm said its relationship and strategic investment will accelerate Oculis’ government market success.

“Oculis Labs is an important addition to our investment portfolio and we are excited about this technology’s ability to address a critical need in information security, protecting the last two feet of the network, ” said T.J. Rylander, a partner on In-Q-Tel’s investments team. “Oculis Labs’ technologies offer a vital new capability in securing computer systems against a wide range of insider and outsider threats.”

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