PrivateEye SmartCase™

Visual Compliance 

  •  The PrivateEye SmartCase™ is easily identifiable allowing co-workers and patients to instantly ascertain that Employee DEVICES are secure; a level up from software solutions

Works with BYOD  

  • Enterprise devices are too expensive to purchase for the whole team, and carrying more than one phone is cumbersome. A secure case that slips over employee-owned smartphones is convenient and affordable.

Reduces HIPAA breach risk

  • The PrivateEye SmartCase™ case dramatically reduces the risk of HIPAA breaches by preventing careless use of personal mobile devices.

Bridge the Hardware/Software gap

  • Bridging the hardware-software security gap that stand-alone HIPAA-compliant apps suffer from, the PrivateEye SmartCase™ prevents smartphone owners from taking inappropriate and private pictures and then sharing them on social media sites or messaging apps.
  • Currently the PrivateEye Smartcase™ is the ONLY technology which can monitor and control use of BYOD cellphone cameras.  Even MDM software such as Airwatch and MobileIron cannot do this. 

Customizable to your company 

  • The PrivateEye SmartCase™ can be embossed with a logo and color providing a more professional look, complying with organizations’ standards.

One case, many phones

  • This patented device works with Otterbox uniVERSE cases and fits multiple phone models
  • Currently desigend for iPhones 6/6+, 7/7+, 8/8+ and X coming soon
  • Samsung Galaxy versions in development

When can I get one?

  • We're currently moving toward production with our Apple prototype
  • How can I order?

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