Norway’s CUPP Computing AS, together with its Delaware subsidiary, CUPP CyberSecurity LLC, have added a second Northern District of Texas case to the litigation campaign begun last month against Trend Micro. The new complaint accuses Symantec (3:18-cv-01554) of infringing the same eight patents, generally related to security mechanisms for mobile networks and devices, through the sale of a long list of anti-malware products, including products characterized as Symantec Endpoint Security products, Network Security products, Endpoint Encryption, and Norton Security products.
Three months after creating wholly owned subsidiary CUPP CyberSecurity LLC, Norwegian entity CUPP Computing AS has filed suit, together with the new Delaware LLC, against Trend Micro (3:18-cv-01251) in the Northern District of Texas. The plaintiffs assert (apparently as patent owner and exclusive licensee) eight patents from CUPP Computing’s portfolio of 24 issued US patents, generally related to security mechanisms for mobile networks and devices. Trend Micro is accused of infringement through the provision of various hardware and software cybersecurity products, including its User Protection, Network Defense, Hybrid Cloud Security, Worry-Free, Home Products, and Trend Micro Portable Security, as well as other products incorporating Trend Micro’s underlying technologies.