Ghostery empowers consumers and businesses globally to create safer, faster, and more trusted digital experiences. Businesses rely on Ghostery MCM to speed up, clean up, and lock down their websites and apps through increased visibility and control of the digital technologies used to drive conversion and revenue. Ghostery is also the dominant provider of privacy governance services, powering compliance for more than $2 billion of advertising and e-commerce transactions annually. Key clients like Equifax, Intercontinental Hotels Group, and Operative depend on Ghostery to take their digital business from chaos to control. Founded in 2009, Ghostery is headquartered in New York City with a technology office in Salt Lake City and sales offices in London and San Francisco. The company is backed by Warburg Pincus, LLC, the global private equity fund.  
TypeSubsidiary
Parent CompanyCliqz
HQNew York, US
Founded2009
Websiteghostery.com
Cybersecurity ratingCMore
Ghostery was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in New York, US

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Key People/Management at Ghostery

Scott Meyer

Scott Meyer

CEO & Founder
Mark Rudolph

Mark Rudolph

Chief Revenue Officer
Todd Ruback

Todd Ruback

CPO
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Ghostery Office Locations

Ghostery has offices in New York, Sandy, San Francisco, München and in 1 other location
New York, US (HQ)
10 E 39th St
San Francisco, US
530 Howard St 2nd Floor, San Francisco
Sandy, US
9715 S Monroe St #100
München, DE
Arabellastraße 23
London, GB
Golden Cross House Suite 201 8 Duncannon Street
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Ghostery Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2009
Ghostery is a subsidiary of Cliqz

Ghostery Operating Metrics

Feb, 2016

Active Users

10 m
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Ghostery Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

C

78/100

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Ghostery Online and Social Media Presence

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Ghostery News and Updates

Website Monitoring Tools Market Future Outlook – AppDynamics, New Relic, SmartBear, Dynatrace, LogicMonitor, SolarWinds, Pingdom, Riverbed, Ghostery

WiseGuyRerports.com Presents “Global and United States Website Monitoring Tools Market Size, Status and Forecast 2020-2026” New Document to its Studies Database Posted via Industry Today. Follow us on Twitter @IndustryToday

Ghostery launches Midnight for privacy and ad-blocking beyond the browser

Ghostery has launched a new tool called Midnight, which brings the company’s ad-blocking and privacy protection features to all your desktop applications. When Ghostery first announced Midnight earlier this year, President Jeremy Tillman told me that the company (acquired by browser company Cliqz in…

Ghostery Midnight brings privacy to the desktop for $14 per month

Ghostery has launched its privacy protection smarts for desktop apps. Ghostery Midnight will cost $14 per month for a VPN, ad blocker, and tracker blocking.

Advertisement (Ad) Blockers Market will touch a new level in upcoming year – Key Players involved in the research like Eyeo GmbH, Ghostery, Inc., Adguard and uBlock Origin, and Privacy Badger

“Advertisement blockers which are installed as a web extension or plugin can help give users an enhanced browsing experience. Several web extensions and plugins are available in the market today which are not only fast and easy to install but also effective. Many of these are open source and easily …

Ghostery revamps its privacy-focused mobile browsers

Ghostery is launching new versions of its browsers for iOS and Android. In fact, Director of Product Jeremy Tillman said this is the first big update to Ghostery’s mobile browsers in several years. It’s not that mobile wasn’t a priority for the team before this, but Tillman said, “In our previous co…

Ad-Blocker Ghostery Just Went Open Source—And Has a New Business Model

Ghostery, Edward Snowden’s preferred ad-blocker, details how a privacy tool can actually make money without being gross.
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Ghostery Blogs

Employee Monitoring: Sacrificing Privacy for Productivity

Variations of employee monitoring software have been around for quite some time. As technology has progressed, the breadth of these tools has expanded far beyond clocking-in and clocking-out. This type of software is now able to monitor employees’ emails, social media, locations, and more. Some prog…

An Intern’s Perspective: Finding Success in Internships

Brennan Sisco – Marketing Intern – New York City Office When searching for an internship, especially within the competitive field that is New York City, I worried that my lack of formal job experience would hold me back. But there was so much more that I’d accomplished before diving into the realm o…

Pull Back the Curtain with Ghostery’s Partnership Program

The Ghostery Partnership Program aims to pull back the curtain of the invisible web to promote better online privacy and security. What better place to start this unveiling than with the next generation of web developers, marketers, and industry leaders. Rising students can make privacy a forethough…

Educating Students About Digital Privacy and Security

This school year many students are trading classrooms for living rooms and notebooks for laptops. Due to the global pandemic, schools are doing their best to create an online learning experience that will minimize health risks and continue to educate students well. However, this new digital effort w…

The Importance of Teaching Basic Tech Skills in Schools

Technology is weaved into many aspects of our day-to-day lives. The majority of jobs use technology of some sort, regardless of if you work in the tech industry. As a result, basic tech skills have gradually become life skills. The earlier you learn these skills, the more time you have to improve. T…

The Pros and Cons of Education Technology

The evolution of technology has drastically changed the way our world works, and the education system is no exception. Education technology has come a long way in the past few decades. However, there are pros and cons to this increasingly digital way of learning. These effects are becoming more prom…
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Ghostery Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Ghostery founded?

    Ghostery was founded in 2009.

  • Who are Ghostery key executives?

    Ghostery's key executives are Scott Meyer, Mark Rudolph and Todd Ruback.

  • How many employees does Ghostery have?

    Ghostery has 46 employees.

  • Who are Ghostery competitors?

    Competitors of Ghostery include CloudCoffer, ZingBox and Nok Nok Labs.

  • Where is Ghostery headquarters?

    Ghostery headquarters is located at 10 E 39th St, New York.

  • Where are Ghostery offices?

    Ghostery has offices in New York, Sandy, San Francisco, München and in 1 other location.

  • How many offices does Ghostery have?

    Ghostery has 5 offices.