We’re very excited to welcome Adam Everspaugh, PhD to the Keeper family. Adam will serve as a cryptographic and cybersecurity advisor for Keeper. Adam’s advisory role is extremely important to us because security is the nucleus of our products. As our customers know, we a constant innovators who are fanatical about the security and quality of our products.
Adam is a professional cryptographer, publishes research on applied cryptography and analyzes emerging cryptographic protocols for Google and other technology companies. He is also the co-inventor of the Pythia PRF service that protects passwords with an oblivious cryptographic primitive. He co-authored ReCrypt, a key-homomorphic encryption scheme for securely rotating keys used in cloud storage. In the past, Adam has discovered and published flaws in the Linux random number generator and the Dual Elliptic Curve random number generator.
He also presents talks on cryptography at industry events including Milwaukee’s CypherCon, Chicago’s Thotcon and Defcon. He received his PhD in computer science from the University of Wisconsin and we are very excited for him to be lending his expertise to Keeper. If you’d like to connect with Adam you can find him on LinkedIn or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
As always, our commitment to privacy and security is at the forefront of all that we do. If you’re interested in learning more about our security protocols visit keepersecurity.com/security. We also remain committed to working with BugCrowd to manage our vulnerability disclosure program which you can learn more about by visiting https://bugcrowd.com/keepersecurity or our blog post here.