SaltStack is a company developing an event-driven intelligent automation platform used for configuration management, security compliance, and intelligent orchestration of hybrid cloud, network, IoT and application environments at scale. It enables cloud builders, data center operators, and enterprise information technology organizations to automate complex cloud management tasks.

Employee Rating

4.3More
TypeSubsidiary
Parent CompanyVmware
HQLehi, UT, US
Founded2012
Websitesaltstack.com
Cybersecurity ratingBMore
SaltStack was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in Lehi, UT, US

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Key People/Management at SaltStack

Marc Chenn

Marc Chenn

CEO & Co-Founder
Winston Harris

Winston Harris

Director of Sales
W. Benson Metcalf

W. Benson Metcalf

Chief Operating Officer and Board Member
Ben Coburn

Ben Coburn

Head of Finance, Director of Strategy and Operations
Hunter Cannon

Hunter Cannon

Sr. Director of Customer Services
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SaltStack Office Locations

SaltStack has an office in Lehi
Lehi, UT, US (HQ)
333 E Main St
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SaltStack Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2012

Total Funding

$16.2 m

Investors

In total, SaltStack had raised $16.2 m. SaltStack is a subsidiary of Vmware

SaltStack Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

87/100

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SaltStack Online and Social Media Presence

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SaltStack News and Updates

SaltStack to Host SecOpsDays SLC During SaltConf19

LEHI, Utah, Nov. 8, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- SaltStack®, the creators of intelligent automation software for security operations teams, today announced for the first time ever it will host SecOpsDays Salt Lake City during its annual user conference, SaltConf19, on Tuesday, November 19. This...

SaltStack Blogs

Continuing the Big Bet on Security: VMware Appoints Dr. Amelia Estwick, Karen Worstell to Leadership Team

It’s an exciting time for VMware’s security business. Since the acquisition of Carbon Black in 2019, VMware is now $1 billion security business with more than 30,000 customers globally – including approximately one-third of the Fortune 100 – trusting VMware to protect their organizations from cybera…

Hunting IcedID and unpacking automation with Qiling

In our previous blog post “Detecting IcedID” we provided a global overview of the IcedID threat, its multiple stages and capabilities. This new blog post is focused on how to be proactive and hunt for IcedID DLL components to extract network IOCs. It will involve a combination of Yara rules, the Qil…

Winning the Cyber War with a Strong Defense Strategy

This is part 4 of the Cyber Security 101 blog series, originally published on Medium.  As the Kaseya breach once more illustrated, cybersecurity is a constant battle. There are experts on both sides trying to outsmart each other. As the weapons and attack strategies evolve, the defense systems need …

REvils Modern Island Hop: Crime at Scale

An expert insight into the REvil ransomware attack over America’s Independence Day weekend. The latest REvil ransomware attack on multiple Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and their customers cast a dark shadow over this year’s Independence Day in the United States: according to several reports, the…

Complexity Is the Enemy of Security: VMware Leaders Weigh In On How To Make Security Simpler, Faster and Smarter

“One thing we know for sure in security is no matter what you do at the perimeter, bad guys will find a way in.” – Tom Gillis, senior vice president and general manager of VMware’s Network and Security Business Unit Security is now a top priority for CEOs and company boards as destructive and sophis…

Why a Zero-Day Attack Doesn’t Mean There’s Nothing You Can Do

  This is a guest blog post by Rob McLeod, Vice President, Threat Response Unit at eSentire – on behalf of eSentire TRU team Zero-day attack — these three words can strike fear into CISOs and their organizations. Simply defined, a zero-day attack is an attack that exploits a software vulnerability t…
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SaltStack Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was SaltStack founded?

    SaltStack was founded in 2012.

  • Who are SaltStack key executives?

    SaltStack's key executives are Marc Chenn, Winston Harris and W. Benson Metcalf.

  • How many employees does SaltStack have?

    SaltStack has 16 employees.

  • Who are SaltStack competitors?

    Competitors of SaltStack include Seebo, Itential and Puppet.

  • Where is SaltStack headquarters?

    SaltStack headquarters is located at 333 E Main St, Lehi.

  • Where are SaltStack offices?

    SaltStack has an office in Lehi.

  • How many offices does SaltStack have?

    SaltStack has 1 office.