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How did Myki become a part of Forbes Top 50 most funded Startups of the Middle East?
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How did Myki become a part of Forbes Top 50 most funded Startups of the Middle East?

Founded by Priscilla Elora Sharuk and Antoine Vincent Jebara in 2015 in Lebanon, Myki has a funding of $5.2 million by investors- BECO Capital, LEAP Ventures, and Y Venture Partners making it no.47 of the top 50 most funded startups of the Middle-east according to Forbes. MYKI has received PCMag’s coveted Editors’ Choice Award and is listed as one of Apple’s “Powerful Password Managers”.

Myki is a startup for Password Management Solutions that provides services that stores information regarding identity and passwords in a safe and secure way for both individual consumers as well as businesses as rightly said by Founder Priscilla Elora Sharuk is 2015 (according to TechCrunch), “Online security and data privacy is not a privilege, it is a right, and that is why at Myki we empower our users with the tools to securely manage their digital identity.” Myki particularly helps by providing protection against hackers and data breaches. What makes Myki great is that it also provides free tools: “ Was I Hacked” and “Password Generator.”

Myki provides three notable services:

➢ For Users: Any individual can use Myki to save their passwords and data offline.
➢ For Teams: Any Company or Enterprise can save their Company’s data away from the cloud.
➢ For MSPs: Password management for internal usage and managed deployments.

Priscilla Elore Sharuk one of the two founders is not only the CEO of Myki but also a motivational speaker and life coach she shared on her website that, “I believe that sharing what I continue to learn on my entrepreneurial journey is integral to the growth and progress of our entire startup ecosystem, the region, and the world at large.” her achievements include:

➢ Forbes Top 10 Women in Tech MENA (2020)
➢ Forbes #31 on Top 100 Business Women in MENA (2019)
➢ Women Leaders Council Impact Award (2019)
➢ Game Changer' Women’s Health Magazine ME (2018)
➢ PCMag Editors' Choice Award: Myki (2020)
➢ Financial Times Future 25: Myki (2019)
➢ TechCrunch: Myki raises $4M (2018)
➢ Entrepreneur: RIP Passwords (2017)
➢ Forbes: Myki Wants To Improve Cyber Security (2017)
➢ The Wall Street Journal: Myki (2016)

Antoine Vincent Jebara Co-founder and also CEO of Myki as well as Caroline. He is a cybersecurity expert and has a publication called “Flow | Frictionless Multi-Factor Authentication Protocol”

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