Design SHIFT to Use 6th Gen Intel® Core™ vPro processors for Its Groundbreaking Data Privacy PC, ORWL

Powered by a 6th gen Intel Core™ M7vPro™ processor with hardware enhanced security: Secure to the Core

ORWL Demonstrated at CES’ UNVEILED

LAS VEGAS--()--Design SHIFT has announced it is working with Intel to use Intel’s 6th Gen Intel® Core™ M7 vPro processor in its groundbreaking privacy appliance, ORWL. This small circular device uses two-factor authentication—a physical key and a password— along with tamper-proof physical hardware to protect a company’s sensitive information and communications from being physically hacked. The device was showcased at CES UNVEILED on January 4th.

“Technology continues to transform the way we experience safety and privacy,” said Sam Cravatta, Product Line Manager at Intel Corporation. “Design SHIFT has created an innovative hardware-enhanced security and data privacy design that begins with protecting client systems. This device fits into Intel’s strategy of enabling an ecosystem of security solutions to address the specific needs for both corporate and consumer customers.”

ORWL includes a revolutionary failsafe kill-switch never before offered to the IT Security marketplace. Any attempt to break into ORWL prevents the device from booting up and shuts it down immediately.

“We designed ORWL to create a virtual bank vault for companies’ critical network data and communications that can only be accessed by an authorized user," said Olivier Boireau, CEO of Design SHIFT. “Using the very latest in Intel’s secure processing technology is what enables ORWL to deliver banking-quality security in an elegant, pocket-sized design.”

The 6th Gen Intel® Core™ M7 vPro processor provides the following essential hardware-enhanced functionality to the ORWL device, which assist all of the major aspects of security: identity and access management, data protection, anti-malware, and system resiliency and recovery.

Most importantly, if the ORWL device is tampered with or any physical breach is attempted, it prevents the device from booting up, instantly helping to secure all of the user’s data and communications.

The ORWL device is slated to ship in Spring of 2016. For more information, visit www.design-shift.com.

Useful Links:

Design SHIFT: www.design-shift.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Orwlr

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ORWLORG/

About Design SHIFT:

Design SHIFT is a Menlo Park-based product design firm founded in 2009 with the simple idea that with passion and focus, small teams can deliver breakthrough products on a global scale. The team simplifies complex systems, prototypes quickly, designs with mass production in mind, and builds beautifully designed products with durable form factors and long-lasting value propositions. Learn more at www.design-shift.com.

Intel technologies’ features and benefits depend on system configuration and may require enabled hardware, software or service activation. Performance varies depending on system configuration. No computer system can be absolutely secure. Check with your system manufacturer or retailer or learn more at intel.com.

Contacts

For Design SHIFT:
Maissa Dauriac, ANW Networks, +1 818-642-5257
maissa@anwnetworks.com
or
Alicia Nieva-Woodgate, ANW Networks, +1 415-515-0866
alicia@anwnetworks.com

Release Summary

ORWL introduces banking industry physical security to the PC. It implements two factor authentication with an NFC key and a password to access the 6th Gen Intel Core Computer during normal operation.

Contacts

For Design SHIFT:
Maissa Dauriac, ANW Networks, +1 818-642-5257
maissa@anwnetworks.com
or
Alicia Nieva-Woodgate, ANW Networks, +1 415-515-0866
alicia@anwnetworks.com