NPS score: 71!
NPS score for Universal SSH Key Manager
The average enterprise software industry NPS (net promoter score) score is 39. Ours is 71, given by some of the most demanding customers in the world.
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“You guys are SSH... Why would I look for anyone else for SSH key management?"
Security architect in a big data company
PrivX makes life easier.”
IT manager at a large industrial equipment company
Best-of-breed products to protect data at rest, in use, and in motion
We offer a full suite of professional services to our customers
25 years of thought and technology leadership
The founder of SSH.COM, Tatu Ylönen, witnessed a hacking incident in the Finnish university network, and that made him wonder.
Tatu was a university researcher at the time and didn’t know anything about cryptography. But he read some books about it, had some conversations with friends, and in three months, he came up with a program called SSH.
Tatu published SSH as open source in the summer of 1995 to fill a significant void in cryptography. With SSH, it was possible to operate network services securely over an unsecured network by building a channel over it. That was a long-awaited solution not only to password sniffing but to some other major cybersecurity issues as well.
SSH filled a crucial niche at a time when no one else had anything and they've been at it ever since. No wonder SSH.COM has almost an unfair authority when discussing the protocol.
- Sam Curry, Chief Security Officer of Cybereason
More than 3000 customers worldwide
Our greatest strength is our loyal customer base – companies and government entities of all shapes and sizes across all continents. Our customers include:
- Over 40% of Fortune 500 companies
- Leading federal and local government agencies in North and South America, Europe, and Asia
- Leading banks and other financial institutions
- Some of the largest retailers in the world
- Major manufacturing and industrial companies
- The creme-de-la-creme of the high tech world
- And many many more...