Tailscale Stock

tailscale.comEnterprise Software / CybersecurityFounded: 2019

Tailscale is an operator of a corporate virtual private network (VPN). The company builds software that makes it easy to interconnect and secure devices despite location. The company allows organizations to easily manage groups, enforce multi factor authentication, revoke access for employees who have left the organization, and more. Tailscale can integrate with a company's existing identity provider.

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Management Team

Avery Pennarun
Co-Founder, Board Member, President & Chief Executive Officer
David Carney
Co-Founder, Chief Operating Officer & Board Member
David Crawshaw
Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer & Board Member
Brad Fitzpatrick

Board Members

Joseph Ruscio
Amit Kumar

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News Highlights

The top 20 zero-trust startups to watch in 2023

For many zero-trust founders and their teams, their sales pipeline is now their financial lifeline. With venture funding cooling off in 2023, founders are re-evaluating and, in some cases, pushing back on the growth-at-all-costs mentality investors urged them to pursue just a few months ago.

Tailscale Unveils Next-Generation Zero Trust Networking Solution for Enterprises

Tailscale today announced the next evolution of its pioneering mesh networking technology with new features that make it easy for large organizations to deploy zero trust networking at scale.

Tailscale lands $100 million to ‘transform’ enterprise VPNs with mesh technology

Zero trust security is an emerging paradigm in enterprise IT. It means that no one is trusted by default from inside or outside a network and verification is required from everyone trying to gain access to resources on the network.
Updated on: Jul 12, 2024


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