SSH Communications Security (SSH.COM) was founded by Tatu Ilonen after inventing the SSH protocol in 1995 in Finland. Tatu is also the author of the IETF standards for the SSH protocol. It also stands behind other significant cybersecurity technologies such as NAT Traverse. To this day it contributes to the development of OpenSSH.

SSH.COM technologies are used in over 90% of data centers around the world, in over 40% of Fortune 500 companies, incl. the largest banks.

The company's solutions are mainly focused on cybersecurity - privileged access management (PrivX), SSH key management (Universal SSH Key Manager), corporate SSH server and client (Tectia), etc.

INTEPRO is a partner of SSH.COM, authorized to build, implement and maintain PrivX.