|Feb 18, 2014||LogmeOnce Announces Free Software Encryption Download for Early Registration of Password Manager|
New identity management company offering public early registration for revolutionary new way to manage passwords and prevent hacks
WASHINGTON, D.C., February 18, 2014 — As news reports of widespread, global hacking continue to surge, there is increased demand for a tool that empowers and protects consumers and businesses against these vicious cyber breaches. LogmeOnce, a provider of comprehensive Identity Management (IdM) and Single Sign-On (SSO) solutions, has developed just such a system, and now consumers who register early will get a free copy of the company’s military-grade encryption software for their USB storage. Users will be notified via email when the software is available in March.
“With our service, users can easily manage their numerous passwords, securely and safely, as a proactive stance against malicious hackers,” says LogmeOnce CEO Kevin Shahbazi. “Obviously, with all of the hacking that we’re seeing, there is a huge demand for this capability, and our program provides an entry point toward improving how consumers and businesses secure their information. In addition, you’ll never have to worry about whether or not you forgot your password to a certain website.”
Once users are signed into their LogmeOnce account, the view in their dashboard looks similar to apps on a computer tablet or smartphone. Simply click on the app-shaped icon and LogmeOnce instantly launches that website in a new browser tab, where you’ll already be logged in.
Fresh off their experience at Trust Digital, which was acquired by McAfee in 2010, LogmeOnce founders Kevin Shahbazi and Mike Shahbazi are nearing the release of their company’s signature product. The LogmeOnce password manager lets users securely log in from any device with one login, protecting their data in the cloud, their desktop and even a USB. It also supports multi-factor authentication which will significantly cut down the amount of time and effort users need to manage their accounts while giving them peace of mind.