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Keyfactor is a provider of secure digital identity management solutions. The Company operates a platform, which automates real-time discovery, monitoring, issuing and replacement of digital certificates and keys while blocking untrusted access.

HQIndependence, OH, US
Employee Ratings4.7

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Employees (est.) (Jan 2021)136(-2%)
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Key People/Management at Keyfactor

Jordan Rackie

Jordan Rackie

Chief Executive Officer and Director
Kevin von Keyserling

Kevin von Keyserling

Chief Strategy Officer & Co-Founder
Ted Shorter

Ted Shorter

Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder
Chris Hickman

Chris Hickman

Chief Security Officer
Jim Deblasio

Jim Deblasio

EVP of Operations and Chief Financial Officer
Brandon Tubandt

Brandon Tubandt

Senior Vice President of Operations and Customer Success
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Keyfactor Office Locations

Keyfactor has offices in Independence, San Francisco, Atlanta, Boston and in 2 other locations
Independence, OH, US (HQ)
6050 Oak Tree Blvd #450Independence
San Francisco, CA, US
San Francisco
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Keyfactor Financials and Metrics

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Keyfactor total Funding

$86.9 m

Keyfactor latest funding size

$77 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

Keyfactor investors

Keyfactor's latest funding round in January 2019 was reported to be $77 m. In total, Keyfactor has raised $86.9 m
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Keyfactor Operating Metrics

Jan, 2019


2 k
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Keyfactor Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
RedtrustJuly 02, 2019

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Keyfactor News and Updates

Keyfactor buys digital identity solutions firm Redtrust

Keyfactor has acquired Spain-based Redtrust, a provider of digital identity solutions. No financial terms were disclosed. Keyfactor is backed by Insight Partners.

Keyfactor Blogs

What is a Self-Signed Certificate? | Keyfactor

The SSL/TLS protocol is about security and authentication. It allows for the encryption of data communications over open networks, safeguarding against tampering and interception by malicious actors. In addition, the use of SSL certificates authenticates communicating parties, creating a…

How X.509 Certificates Were Involved in SolarWinds Attack | Keyfactor

For a moment, we were ready to put 2020 behind us, until this week. It started with reported theft of FireEye’s Red Team tools, and then came the bigger news. FireEye and the U.S. Treasury and Commerce departments had been infiltrated via SolarWinds Orion software updates, which include…

How Many Types of Digital Certificates Are There?

When we discuss digital certificates, most people think about SSL/TLS certificates. While these are the most “popular,” they are not the only ones. There are actually two more types of certificates: code-signing and user/client certificates, which are equally important to securing our on…

An Introduction to Cipher Suites | Keyfactor

The security of virtually every internet connection depends on SSL/TLS encryption. What determines the level of protection for these connections is the choice of a cipher suite. So, what is a cipher suite?

[CTO Interview] The Enterprise Movement to PKI as-a-Service

Keeping up with a secure, scalable, and well-run public key infrastructure (PKI) is no easy task. That’s why many enterprises are starting to rethink their legacy PKI and switch to an enterprise PKI as-a-Service.

Reign in Your Rogue Admins: How to Manage SSL Certificates | Keyfactor

As organizations embrace digital transformation and cutting edge technologies, the scale and distribution of SSL/TLS certificates has grown rapidly, creating new challenges. Sami Van Vliet, Principal Product Manager at Keyfactor, and Mrugesh Chandarana, Senior Product Manager at HID, di…
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Keyfactor Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Keyfactor founded?

    Keyfactor was founded in 2001.

  • Who are Keyfactor key executives?

    Keyfactor's key executives are Jordan Rackie, Kevin von Keyserling and Ted Shorter.

  • How many employees does Keyfactor have?

    Keyfactor has 136 employees.

  • Who are Keyfactor competitors?

    Competitors of Keyfactor include Route1, Movenda and Tor Project.

  • Where is Keyfactor headquarters?

    Keyfactor headquarters is located at 6050 Oak Tree Blvd #450Independence, Independence.

  • Where are Keyfactor offices?

    Keyfactor has offices in Independence, San Francisco, Atlanta, Boston and in 2 other locations.

  • How many offices does Keyfactor have?

    Keyfactor has 6 offices.