A Wholly-Owned Subsidiary of Oculus VisionTech Inc.
Vancouver, British Columbia–(September 27, 2021) – Oculus VisionTech Inc. (TSXV: OVT; OTCQB: OVTZ; FSE: USF1), an emerging data compliance innovator, today announced, through its’ 100% wholly-owned subsidiary ComplyTrust® Inc (CTI), has successfully completed their Amazon Web Services (AWS) functional-technical-review (FTR) of their Forget-Me-Yes® (FMY) data privacy software-as-a-service platform.
As a required component of the AWS ISV Partner Path journey, an AWS FTR certification ensures security, reliability and operational excellence, while reducing overall operational workload risk for cloud-based applications. The Forget-Me-Yes® (FMY) cloud-native technology stack includes Docker-based, Kafka-enabled micro-service containers and employs a wide variety of AWS services including API Gateway, AWS Cognito, CloudFormation, CloudWatch, EC2, EKS, IAM, KMS, NLB, Route53, Secrets Manager, STS, and more.
“Today’s announcement broadens awareness of FMY and enables us to initiate and scale our go-to-marketing strategy with AWS customers and partners”, said Michael Johnson, co-founder at ComplyTrust® Inc. “Our cloud-native software architecture and development investment helped us to quickly complete the AWS FTR process paving the way for upcoming participation in the AWS Marketplace eco-system”.
The recently released Forget-Me-Yes® data privacy solution, hosted on AWS, offers cost-effective insurance to ensure DSAR deletion-request compliance for California’s CCPA/CPRA, Colorado’s CPA, Virginia’s CDPA, Brazil’s LGPD, and Europe’s GDPR, data privacy legislation.
To more information, please visit https://complytrust.com/ today.
About Oculus VisionTech
Oculus VisionTech Inc. (OVT), www.ovtz.com, is a development-stage technology company focused on cyber security and data privacy compliance solutions for Enterprise business customers. With offices in San Diego, California and Vancouver, British Columbia, the company is currently expanding its’ new ComplyTrust®, www.complytrust.com, product suite which includes the ComplyScanTM cloud backup reporting tool and Forget-Me-YesTM B2B data privacy Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform, optimizing CCPA, CDPA, GDPR, LGPD, SB220 and other regulatory compliance legislation for Salesforce organizations worldwide. OVTZ’s legacy Cloud-DPS digital content protection solution implements invisible forensic watermarking technology that seamlessly embeds imperceptible tracking components into documents and video-frame content that enables tamper-proof legal auditability for intellectual property protection.
ComplyTrust Inc. https://complytrust.com/, a 100% wholly-owned subsidiary of Oculus VisionTech, is specifically focused on providing enterprise organizations and individuals with secure data privacy tools that provide sustained and continuous global regulatory compliance of data subject rights. Headquartered in San Diego, California, ComplyTrust was founded by industry veteran storage technology experts and is operated by an experienced management team.
Learn more about ComplyTrust at https://complytrust.com/.
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