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

October 10, 2017

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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