After a rigorous evaluation process, Neil Rubenking, one of the most prominent security analysts and technical editors, has awarded Myki the industry's highest honor: the coveted Editor's Choice Award propelling Myki to the #1 Position on the list of Best Password Managers.
The Myki Password Manager is an application for smartphones, tablets and computers which allows users to securely stores passwords, cards, notes and government IDs offline, away from the cloud. Users remain in control of their sensitive data by keeping it stored locally.
After having launched on the stages of TechCrunch Disrupt Battlefield in September of 2016, Myki has amassed global recognition and credentials. It topped the lists of Best Password Managers of 2018 & 2019 by PCMag and made the list of Apple’s Most Powerful Password Managers.
With over 400K users worldwide and a growing user-base, Myki is well positioned to address the security and identity management needs and concerns of consumers and businesses alike.
Back in May, on the TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin stage, Myki announced its partnership with self-sovereign identity application Blockpass; combining the power of identity sovereignty and cloudless password security.
Myki started out in Beirut and is now based in NYC. The startup has raised over $5M from several VCs including BECO Capital, Leap Ventures and B&Y Venture Partners.
Co-Founder and CEO Antoine Vincent Jebara commented with, "We are thrilled to have been awarded the Editors Choice badge and ranked at #1 in 2019. This prestigious award is a testament to the hard work and passion that we all share at Myki as we work day in and day out to help users regain control of their digital identity."
Priscilla Elora Sharuk, Co-Founder and COO, added, "Neil Rubenking is one of the most respected Security analysts and technical editors in the world. Having his seal of approval is a very big accomplishment."