Your story matters.
Your life matters.
What people think and know about you matters.
That is why we created Legacyarmour.
1. You have the right to personal privacy.
2. You have the right to choose what personal information other people can access.
3. These rights do not end after your death but continue on forever.
4. In being socially responsible.
To secure these rights on your behalf, we created Legacyarmour to allow you to communicate with others or leave important information to others even if something happened to you. Prior to Legacyarmour, there were no solutions available that both protect your information with true, premium encryption, and Deliver your information to someone at the time of your choosing.
When we were investigating and researching options available to people, before Legacyarmour, we found sites that claimed that they are secure, but our tests and investigations as security professionals proved to us that they were not. We could not find a single site or service that automatically delivered information, so we commissioned an exhaustive patent search. Once again, we didn’t find anything, so we patented our delivery and encryption processes and built Legacyarmour.
We believe in being a socially responsible company and have priced Legacyarmour to provide the highest service possible at the lowest possible cost so that everyone can enjoy its benefits. We also donate 10% of our profits to charity and offers steep discounts to active duty military and veterans.
We are, at our heart, individuals like you who believe that each of us has the right to choose our own destiny and to provide for and protect our loved ones to the best of our ability, even after our death. We have a combination of training, education, and experience that uniquely qualifies us to provide this service. It’s not our hobby – it is our passion!
Sahar Ismail CEO & Co-founder: Sahar has a degree in Electrical Engineering and a Masters in Security Technologies from the University of Minnesota. She has experience in leadership, Healthcare, Education, Finance, Service Oriented Architecture, Project Management, and International Commerce. She has been the leader of a multinational team, a team lead for a nationwide cloud solution, and a Manager of Enterprise Architecture for one of the largest online education providers. She has 20 years of hands-on IT experience, is business savvy, multi-lingual, and is the driving force behind the creation of Legacyarmour. As a mother, she has a deep personal passion about Legacyarmour functioning flawlessly because she herself has a Legacyarmour vault for her children.
Michael Lester: Chairman & Co-founder: Michael graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, had a decorated career in the U.S. Marine Corps as a pilot and then later as an IT and leadership instructor at the Naval Academy. Michael worked as a software developer, QA Manager, Director of Consulting, General Manager, VP of delivery, and is currently a Chief Information Security Officer for a custom software company. He is a 25 year IT veteran, a member of MENSA, and holds a Bachelor’s degree in History, a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering with a specialty in Digital Design and Computer Architecture, an MBA with emphasis in Leadership Development, and is a Certified Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) and a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM). Michael is a father and grandfather. As a security expert, he deals daily with the erosion of personal privacy and is passionate about Legacyarmour being a bulwark against that erosion.
Douglas Marsh: Chief Technology Officer
Douglas has 13 years of experience architecting, designing, building, enhancing, and maintaining enterprise level applications. As a full time consultant, he is a trusted adviser to many CIO's and is frequently the first person they call when they need advice on application efficiency and security. Douglas is an integral part of the LegacyArmour team and has been involved with the ideation and creation of LegacyArmour from its envisionment to it's full deployment.