Dyn, Inc. is an Internet performance management company. The Company offers products to monitor, control, and optimize online infrastructure, as well as domain registration services and email products.

Parent Company
Manchester, US
Dyn was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Manchester, US

Dyn Office Locations

Dyn has offices in Manchester, San Francisco and North Sydney
Manchester, US (HQ)
150 Dow Street
San Francisco, US
92 Natoma St.
North Sydney, AU
Level 32, 101 Miller St. NSW
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Dyn Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

In total, Dyn had raised $88 m. Dyn is a subsidiary of Oracle

Dyn Operating Metrics

Feb, 2018

Enterprise Customers

3.5 k
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Dyn Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Acquired CompanyDateDeal Size
RenesysMay 21, 2014
Nettica CorporationMarch 26, 2014
ReadyStatusDecember 23, 2013
TrendslideMay 13, 2013
VereloJanuary 02, 2013
TZOSeptember 21, 2012
SendLabsDecember 31, 2010
EditDNSAugust 31, 2010
EveryDNSJanuary 31, 2010

Dyn's Web-traffic and Trends

Dyn Online and Social Media Presence

Dyn News and Updates

The Dyn attack – one year later

One year later, new analysis demonstrates how a similar attack could occur.

Iraq has seized Kurdistan’s oil, but Kurdistan controls Iraq’s internet

Two days ago, on Oct. 16, the Iraqi army seized oil fields near in northern Iraq that had been operated by the Kurdish Regional Government…

Three steps you can take now for more secure mobile IoT (Reader Forum)

The Cisco Visual Networking Index reports that almost half a billion (429 million) mobile devices and connections were added in 2016. Smartphones made up the bulk of this growth, followed by M2M modules. These devices, self-driving cars, mobile-connected tablets and more comprise the mobile internet…

Oracle kick-starts the 2018 fiscal year with bumper revenue boosted by cloud

Oracle is making robust moves to compete in the cloud space, and these efforts are represented in the company's financial results. The post Oracle kick-starts the 2018 fiscal year with bumper revenue boosted by cloud appeared first on Computer Business Review.

Short, low-volume DDoS attacks pose greatest security and availability threat to businesses

How can your organisation defend against constant DDoS attacks?

Dyn Company Life and Culture

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