April 24, 2023


History of SSH Tectia

The history of SSH Tectia is a long one, dating back to 1988 when it was founded by two Finnish companies: SSH Communications Security and TietoEnator. The company has been through several phases of growth and development since then, including being acquired by IBM in 2010. In 2016, Symantec acquired the rights to use the Tectia brand name for its own products.
In addition to its headquarters in Finland, SSH Tectia also has offices in Sweden and Germany (among others). It trades on NASDAQ under the symbol “SSHAY”

Company Overview

SSH Tectia is a Finnish company that provides software for secure remote access, file transfer and data management. The company was founded in 1996 by four Finnish computer scientists: Jukka Ahonen, Matti Kortelainen, Pasi Patokallio and Sami Syrjala. SSH Tectia has offices in Helsinki as well as San Jose, California; London; Singapore; Tokyo; Sydney (Australia); Bengaluru (India) and Munich (Germany).
The company’s revenue grew steadily from $6 million in 1999 to $39 million in 2002 before increasing dramatically over the next decade to $177 million by 2012. In 2016 it posted revenues of $253 million with net income of $15 million on assets worth $160 million

Products and Services

  • Tectia Server for Linux
  • Tectia Server for UNIX
  • Tectia Server for Windows
  • Tectia Client for Linux (TLS) and UNIX (TTLS)

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