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|Headquarters||Marina del Rey, USA|
|Key people||Steve Jillings CEO, Charles Mcolgan, CTO, Ryan Disraeli (co-founder), Stacy Stubblefield (co-founder), Darren Berkovitz (co-founder)|
TeleSign Corporation is an internet security company based in Los Angeles, California. Founded in 2005 by Darren Berkovitz, Ryan Disraeli and Stacy Stubblefield, the company mainly provides Two-step verification services. Steve Jillings is the current CEO of the company.
The company along with Two-step verification management, also provides PhoneID Score service, which analyzes phone data such phone number, device model number, telecom operator and type of SIM connection and result a score between 0 and 1000, with 0 best and 1000 worst.
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