January 27, 2015 6:30 AM ET

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Company Overview of CloudFlare, Inc.

Company Overview

CloudFlare, Inc. provides solution that protects and accelerates Websites online. It offers CloudFlare content delivery network (CDN) that distributes static and dynamic content, and protects against traffic surges, as well as works with other CDNs; and CloudFlare optimizer, which provides Web content optimization services, as well as removes unnecessary characters from HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. The company also provides CloudFlare security, which protects the Website from various online threats that range from spammers to SQL injection to DDOS, as well as provides security protection services; and detects new attacks that arise against Websites on its network. In addition, its CloudFlare s...

665 3rd Street

Suite 200

San Francisco, CA 94107

United States

Founded in 2009

Phone:

650-319-8930

Fax:

650-230-7173

Key Executives for CloudFlare, Inc.

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Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

CloudFlare, Inc. Key Developments

CloudFlare, Inc. Presents at 17th Annual Needham Growth Conference, Jan-14-2015 10:40 AM

CloudFlare, Inc. Presents at 17th Annual Needham Growth Conference, Jan-14-2015 10:40 AM. Venue: New York Palace Hotel, 455 Madison Avenue, New York, New York, United States.

CloudFlare, Inc. Presents at UBS Global Technology Conference 2014, Nov-18-2014 08:30 AM

CloudFlare, Inc. Presents at UBS Global Technology Conference 2014, Nov-18-2014 08:30 AM. Venue: Cavallo Point, The Lodge at the Golden Gate, 601 Murray Circle, Fort Baker, Sausalito, California, United States. Speakers: Michelle Zatlyn, Co-Founder and Director.

CloudFlare Launches Keyless SSL

CloudFlare launched Keyless SSL, a new technology that allows organizations to keep Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) keys private -- out of reach from external parties -- while offering all the benefits of a cloud-based infrastructure. For the first time, organizations can rid themselves of expensive, rigid, on-premise network hardware while harnessing essential technologies like DDoS mitigation, CDN, web application firewalls (WAF), and load-balancing in the cloud. Before Keyless SSL, organizations could not get the benefits of a cloud-based WAF, CDN, or other security and performance enhancement services without turning over cryptographic keys to a third-party cloud provider. Because of legitimate security concerns over revealing private SSL keys to a third party, most banks and Fortune 500 companies chose to maintain expensive on-premise equipment that would often fail under load. These organizations could not leverage the massive benefits of a cloud-based infrastructure: low cost, low maintenance, and virtually infinite scalability.

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