Webroot provides intelligent cybersecurity for endpoints that harnesses collective threat intelligence to protect the Internet of Everything. We protect consumers, businesses and technology providers from malware and other cyberattacks using a cloud-based threat intelligence network. Computers, tablets, smartphones and the Internet of Things can be protected by our award-winning suite of SecureAnywhere® and BrightCloud® products. Webroot protects over 30 million devices and is trusted by market-leading technology companies, including: Cisco, F5 Networks, HP, Microsoft, Palo Alto Networks, and RSA. Webroot is headquartered in Colorado and operates globally across North America, Europe and the Asia Pacific region.
Company Growth (employees)
Broomfield, US
Size (employees)
706 (est)
Webroot was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Broomfield, US

Key People/Management at Webroot

Dick Williams

Dick Williams

President & CEO
Quentin Gallivan

Quentin Gallivan

Michael Malloy

Michael Malloy

Executive Vice President of Products & Strategy
Catherine Buzzitta

Catherine Buzzitta

Community and Loyalty Programs Manager

Webroot Office Locations

Webroot has offices in Broomfield, San Mateo, San Diego, Derby and in 9 other locations
Broomfield, US (HQ)
800 385 Interlocken Crescent
San Mateo, US
1855 S. Grant Street
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Webroot Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date


Total Funding

$1 b

Latest funding size

$912.9 m

Time since last funding

about 7 years


Webroot's latest funding round in December 2010 was reported to be $912.9 m. In total, Webroot has raised $1 b

Webroot Median Salaries

Source: 32 public H-1B filings from Webroot

Webroot's Web-traffic and Trends

Webroot Online and Social Media Presence

Webroot News and Updates

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