Okta

Okta

Okta

Okta is the foundation for secure connections between people & technology. Use the cloud to access apps on any device at any time.
Founded
2009
Raised
$416.3M
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$187,000,000
IPO - 2017
$75,000,000
Venture capital (Series F) - 2015
Khosla Ventures Sequoia Capital Andreessen Horowitz +3
Team Size
200+
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TechCrunch

Okta’s 8th ‘Businesses at Work’ cloud usage report shows increasing heterogeneity

Pulse 2.0

Okta (OKTA) Stock: Why The Price Increased Today

ZDNet , SiliconANGLE

CrowdStrike beats estimates for Q3, sees revenue increase 63% compared to 2020

CNBC Tech

Here's why identity software firm Okta plans to open a retail location in New York City

SiliconANGLE

Tessian and Okta integration offers improved enterprise security risk protection

SiliconANGLE

Okta announces growth and new CIAM capabilities at its annual Showcase event

SiliconANGLE

Okta says interest in zero-trust security is accelerating its growth

CNBC Tech

Okta's CEO is so concerned about burnout that he told employees to email him their vacation plans

SiliconANGLE

Okta reports strong growth, citing synergies from Auth0 acquisition

Forbes Tech

The Angel Advantage: Okta And Front Founders On Why Venture Capital Isn’t The Only Way

Fast Company

How Salesforce, Spotify, and Okta are redesigning their offices after COVID-19

GeekWire

Auth0 CEO Eugenio Pace on the $6.5 billion deal with Okta and his advice for entrepreneurs

VentureBeat

Okta completes $6.5B Auth0 acquisition

TechCrunch

Okta expands into privileged access management and identity governance reporting

TechCrunch , SiliconANGLE

Okta launches a new free developer plan

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Why Okta Is Buying Auth0 For $6.5 Billion

ZDNet

With its acquisition of Auth0, Okta goes all in on CIAM

SiliconANGLE

Okta shares plunge on plans to acquire rival Auth0 and cautious earnings guidance

CNBC Tech

Okta says it's buying security rival Auth0 for $6.5 billion, sending stock plunging

Tech Insider

Okta CEO: The SolarWinds attack fallout isn't over — executives in every industry must think about these 4 points