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HTC Selects Keeper to Enhance Mobile Device Security

CHICAGO, IL-- (Marketwired - February 16, 2016) - Keeper Security, Inc., the creator of Keeper, the world's most downloaded password manager and digital vault, announced today that HTC, a leading smartphone innovator, has chosen Keeper as its global partner to protect its customers' passwords and private information. HTC conducted a comprehensive review of the best password management applications and selected Keeper based on its superior security, features and in-depth experience working with leading OEMs and mobile operators. Keeper will be available this year on select HTC models. Users will have the option to use the premium or free version.

Through this partnership, HTC customers will now have an easy-to-use and secure application that generates strong passwords and autofills login credentials across native applications and browsers. Keeper and HTC collaborated to create a unique and intuitive user experience to ensure that mobile subscribers are securely storing their information and utilizing Keeper. When consumers reach the login screen of a website or native application on their HTC device, they will be prompted to sign up for Keeper in order to manage and store their login credentials and passwords. By clicking a "snackbar" embedded into the login screen, consumers can immediately activate their Keeper account.

"Providing security on our devices is a top priority to ensure an optimal customer experience," said Paavan Avadhanula, AVP of Corporate Development and Partnership with HTC. "Our partnership with Keeper will help protect our customers and make good password management easier than ever."

"Smartphones are the unified devices for online access. Convenience, security and privacy are all major concerns for mobile users. With Keeper, HTC customers can access their apps, sites and private information quickly and at the same time, feel safe knowing their passwords, photos and private information are secure in their Keeper vault," said Keeper Security CEO and Co-Founder, Darren Guccione. "HTC is one of the world's leading mobile brands. We are proud to partner with them on their mobile security initiatives."

About HTC: 

HTC Corporation aims to bring brilliance to life. As a global innovator in smart mobile devices and technology, HTC has produced award-winning products and industry firsts since its inception in 1997, including the critically acclaimed HTC One and HTC Desire lines of smartphones. The pursuit of brilliance is at the heart of everything HTC does, inspiring best-in-class design and game-changing mobile and virtual reality experiences for consumers around the world. HTC is listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE:2498). www.htc.com

About Keeper Security: 

Keeper Security, Inc. is the creator of Keeper, the world's most popular password manager and digital vault. Founded in 2009 by CEO Darren Guccione and CTO Craig Lurey, Keeper Security is a privately-held company that is based in Chicago, Illinois with engineering offices in El Dorado Hills, California. Keeper is SOC certified and utilizes world-class encryption to safeguard its users. Keeper is available on all major Smartphones, Tablets and Computers -- covering iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac, PC, BlackBerry, Kindle, and Windows Phone. 

For more information about Keeper and to experience the product that protects millions of people worldwide, please visit - https://keepersecurity.com. In addition, follow updates on Twitter: @keepersecurity, Google or on Facebook.


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