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David A. Ulevitch (born December 10, 1981) is founder and CEO of the enterprise security company OpenDNS (acquired by Cisco) and founder of EveryDNS.
Early life and education [ edit ]
Ulevitch, the youngest child of Susan and
Richard Ulevitch, was born and raised in Del Mar, California. Ulevitch's technology career started at an early age when he began working for ElectriCiti, a small regional ISP. In high school, he worked for a year at MP3.com. Ulevitch attended Washington University in St. Louis, where he earned a degree in anthropology.
While at Washington University, Ulevitch created
EveryDNS to fill his need for web-based DNS management software. EveryDNS grew from a personal project to a service with nearly 100,000 users worldwide within a few years. In January, 2010, EveryDNS was acquired by Manchester, NH company, Dyn, Inc. [1 ]
In July, 2006, Ulevitch launched
OpenDNS, a recursive DNS service focused on performance and security. On June 30, 2015 [2 ] Cisco announced that it was buying OpenDNS for $635 million. Ulevitch was also in part responsible for the creation and operations of the [3 ] California Community Colocation Project, which provided free colocation services to over 130 non-profits and after merging with the Online Policy Group successfully sued Diebold Election Systems in the Federal Court case . OPG v. Diebold
Ulevitch is active in the startup community, speaking regularly at events and serving as a mentor to other entrepreneurs at
Awards and recognition [ edit ]
Inc. Magazine named Ulevitch to their annual "35 Under 35" list of entrepreneurs. Ulevitch's company, OpenDNS, was selected as a [4 ] World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer in 2011. [5 ]
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