Twingo Systems

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Twingo Systems
Type Subsidiary
Industry Computer networking
Founded Mountain View, California United States
Founders Grégoire Gentil and Reza Malekzadeh
Headquarters United States
Parent Cisco Systems

Twingo Systems is a computer security company based in the United States. Twingo Systems was a leading provider of desktop security solutions for Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). It was founded by French entrepreneurs Gregoire Gentil (a McKinsey alum) and Reza Malekzadeh (previously one of the first employees at VMware).

The company was first launched at the DEMO conference (DEMOMobile) in 2003 and its first customer was Sygate.[1]

Twingo Systems was acquired[2] by Cisco Systems on March 12, 2004.[3] Both Gregoire Gentil and Reza Malekzadeh (entrepreneur) joined Cisco in the Security Technology Group.

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