Kemesa releases cloud-based password manager; seeks screeners

Kemesa's new cloud-based password manager, with DOD-type encryption, now available for individuals and small- to medium-sized businesses. And it's free.

Jan 22, 2013, 09:00 ET from Kemesa

SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Kemesa, a leader in password protection and online security for the banking industry, invites potential users to screen its new, free, secure password storage platform for consumers and small business, and to provide feedback.

Originated by the company that developed ShopShield, the highly respected online secure payment shopping platform, Kemesa's cloud-based security application is based on the same remote access process and security encryption used by the Department of Defense and top financial institutions.

"It's taken us years of work and experience to get here, but today, we are confident that our users have the most reliable and fortified password storage solution available in the United States," says CEO Chris Skipworth.

Kemesa – short for Keep Me Safe – enters the consumer password storage and protection market after years of safeguarding some of the world's leading financial institutions. If banks trust Kemesa, you can, too.

The platform, based on the latest research and industry best practices, includes two-factor authentication, which is a superior method for preventing password hacking, and leverages Kemesa's patented secure transaction technology. Remember one password; access all your favorite sites.

With the Kemesa platform, you can track other important data, like airline mileage numbers or credit cards – all encrypted on your browser. The application is so secure that not even Kemesa knows your password. Only users have the key to unlock stored data.

More than 15 million people are victimized annually by hackers, at a cost of $50 billion. But the damage goes beyond money.

Victims have seen their credit rating destroyed, been embarrassed by offensive emails and social media messages purportedly sent by them, have lost access to important data and been forced to cancel credit cards.

"Our architects know how the scammers operate – we track and analyze their work – and have implemented a multi-layered security approach to defeat these criminals," says Skipworth.  

All clients get a free account. There is nothing to install on your computer, and users can access personal data from any computer anywhere in the world. Plus, Kemesa works with all major browsers.

About Kemesa: Salt Lake City-based Kemesa builds innovative internet-based solutions to increase online security and privacy for consumers and small- to medium-sized businesses.

CONTACT: Tom Opdyke, 1-404-213-3077