“We are already a distinguished password management platform for many reasons, but we would like to add even more protection and security layers for our users,” says CEO Kevin Shahbazi. “Now, if you lose your USB or leave it in a cab, you can use LogmeOnce’s geo location technology to identify where it is and retrieve it, or simply send a remote ‘kill pill’ that wipes data off your lost USB! You can easily render your USB storage device useless. And, if someone finds your USB, our file decoys and camouflage will show fake files instead of your information. There just isn’t anything else out there like the LogmeOnce security platform and we’re constantly adding more security features and layers.”
Fresh off their experience at Trust Digital, which was acquired by McAfee in 2010, founders Kevin and Mike Shahbazi launched LogmeOnce in April. The password manager lets users securely log in from any device with one master password. LogmeOnce is the only company in the market that provides users with multiple options to save their credentials and store in an encrypted cloud, their own desktop or a LogmeOnce USB. And recently, the company also announced the addition of Dropbox file encryption to its arsenal of data security.
Confidently helping consumers and organizations protect their identity, data and information with identity and access management solutions, LogmeOnce develops, markets and supports a seamless and secure Single Sign-On, Identity and Access Management productivity suite. During the past two decades, the LogmeOnce executive management team has earned a global reputation for innovative, standards-based, security solutions and has captured numerous national and international industry awards. As an Independent Software Vendor (ISV), LogmeOnce’s security suite includes a wide range of products, productivity solutions, cryptographic and e-security applications. LogmeOnce markets and sells its solutions worldwide directly and through a variety of partners.