PGP Corporation, co-founded by Jon Callas and Phil Dunkelberger, was based in Menlo Park, California. PGP Corporation was funded by Rob Theis, General Partner, Doll Capital Management and Terry Garnett, General Partner, Venrock Associates. The company owned the Pretty Good Privacy codebase, which was originally developed by Phil Zimmermann. Originally written in 1991, Pretty Good Privacy was one of the first freely and publicly available implementations of public-key cryptography. It was originally used to allow individuals to communicate securely through bulletin board systems. PGP later became standardized and supported by many other applications, including email. PGP Corporation acquired the code and rights to the name from Network Associates in 2002. The company released version 9 of the software in 2005. PGP Corporation's focus shifted towards the corporate market. President and CEO Phil Dunkelberger said that transparency of use and manageability are the focus of company development efforts. In 2004, the company announced plans to integrate with Symantec anti-virus technology. In 2010, the company acquired certificate authority TC TrustCenter and its parent company, ChosenSecurity, to form its new PGP TrustCenter division.
PGP Corporation provides email and data encryption software solutions for enterprises, businesses, and governments.The company was founded in 1996 and is based in Menlo Park, California.
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