KeepYouSafe.Com Offers Service offers two-factor authentication service

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

April 12, 2007

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NEW YORK -- (, a Web-based personal information security company that offers consumers an Online Safe Deposit Box for storing their most vital, personal documents and information, today announced the availability of two-factor authentication for its users via MyPW. users will have the ability to access the site utilizing MyPW's two-factor authentication service. The MyPW system uses a keychain-sized device that generates a random numerical code. When signing into, users would enter not only their regular site password. They would also enter the code shown on their keychain MyPW device.

"We designed KeepYouSafe to offer consumers a safe and secure place for them to store copies of their most important documents online. The Online Safe Deposit Box we offer encrypts your data with military-grade encryption and is accessible with a normal web browser with no special plug-ins or downloads," said Eric Wolbrom, COO and co-founder of "In addition, we wanted to offer our users an even greater layer of sign-in security, if they want it, via MyPW's two-factor authentication service."

"'s implementation of our two-factor authentication service is a great example of why we developed MyPW," said Brian Cartmell, CEO of MyPW. "We give web-based services the ability to quickly and easily add two-factor authentication for their customers. KeepYouSafe's customers will now have the option of using an even stronger sign-in security via our service."

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