Cumberland Systems Files Four More Suits as Keeper Security Seeks CBM Review

  • October 10, 2017
  • E-Commerce and Software, New Patent Litigation

Cumberland Systems, LLC has filed cases against four more customers based on their alleged use of a password management system provided by Keeper Security. The sole patent-in-suit generally relates to password encryption, and the defendants in this second round of suits in Cumberland Systems’s campaign are AT&T (AT&T Mobility) (6:17-cv-00570), Chipotle (6:17-cv-00569), JPMorgan Chase (6:17-cv-00571), and Texas Freight Services (6:17-cv-00572). The first round, filed in May, hit five other alleged customers of Keeper Security—Edmunds, Marriott, Sony, True Media, and Verizon; all nine of these companies are identified as Keeper Security customers on that provider’s website (and/or on websites that compare various software products). All five of the earlier cases were dismissed, some without prejudice, within a couple months of filing, as were cases against two alleged customers of Sookasa’s password management platform. The other three first-round defendants, all alleged LastPass users, were dismissed simultaneously on September 18.


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