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1871 Offers New Perk Through Keeper Security

1871 now offers password and asset security services provided by Keeper Security at a discounted rate for one year to all 1871 members, the most recent addition to a growing list of business perks available to our community.

Keeper office.jpgThe Keeper team at work. Photo credit: Keeper Security

Keeper’s best-in-class security platform allows users to create a master password with multi-factor authentication using AES 256-bit encryption and PBKDF2 (widely accepted as the strongest encryption available) and store data, documents, and all other digital assets in a secure cloud vault powered by Amazon AWS.

“The realities and potentially colossal consequences of insufficient cybersecurity protocols are becoming more evident every day, to small startups and giant corporations alike. 1871 is proud to offer this new service to our members as we work to keep them ahead of the curve in terms of security protection.” —Howard A. Tullman, CEO, 1871

Keeper Security was founded in 2011 by co-creators Darren Guccione and Craig Lurey. Keeper is the world’s most secure digital vault for managing passwords, private files and information on mobile devices and computers. SOC-certified, Keeper utilizes world-class encryption to safeguard its users and is available on all major smartphones, tablets and computers – covering iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone, Mac, PC, Linux, BlackBerry and Kindle. Published in 21 languages and available in more than 233 countries and territories, millions of users worldwide trust Keeper to access and safeguard their most sensitive information.

Keeper Security was a finalist for the 2017 Merrick Momentum Award at the 10th Annual Momentum Awards Dinner held November 2, 2017 at the Hyatt Regency Chicago. This award recognizes companies older than five years old which are poised to become one of the top businesses to emerge from Chicago.

“As a community member of 1871 and a fellow bootstrapped startup founder, I personally understand how important it is to support others in the Chicago tech community,” said Darren Guccione, Keeper’s CEO. “We want early stage companies and innovative startups to have the cybersecurity safeguards they need to protect their intellectual property and thrive in today’s digital world.” —Darren Guccione, CEO, Keeper 

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