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George  Kurtz, insider at CrowdStrike

George Kurtz Insider Information

CEO of CrowdStrike

George Kurtz is the president, CEO, and co-founder of CrowdStrike, a cloud-based cybersecurity company. 

Kurtz founded the company in 2012 with a focus on pinpointing incoming cybersecurity threats by reverse-engineering the hacker’s approach. In a space populated by traditional antivirus and anti-malware products, CrowdStrike is a leader in using the cloud-first model, eliminating the need to load software on customers’ computers. 

Under his leadership, CrowdStrike was tapped to investigate the much-publicized Democratic National Committee cyber attack in 2016, and the company was integral in determining if the attack came from Russian intelligence agencies. The company’s valuation exceeded $1 billion in 2017. 

Earlier in his career, Kurtz founded cybersecurity company, Foundstone, in 1999. He guided the company to become one of the first security consulting companies to create vulnerability management software. Additionally, Foundstone created the industry standard for incident response practices resulting in its adoption by a majority of Fortune 100 companies. 

In 2004, Kurtz became the senior vice president and general manager of risk management at cybersecurity company, McAfee, when they acquired Foundstone for $86 million. He was promoted to worldwide chief technology officer in 2010. While in this role, Kurtz was integral in pivoting McAfee from a point product company to a security risk management provider resulting in McAfee’s revenue growing from $1 billion to over $2.5 billion. In 2011, in one of the largest tech mergers at the time, Intel acquired McAfee for $8 billion. 

Kurtz saw the pace of new cybersecurity threats begin to evolve faster than existing security technology. He cited an incident of watching a passenger seated next to him on a flight wait 15 minutes for McAfee software to load on his laptop as inspiration for his eventual resignation from McAfee and creation of CrowdStrike. In 2011, Kurtz joined Warburg Pincus, a private equity firm, to bring his idea to market. Warburg Pincus provided $25 million of funding for CrowdStrike in early 2012. 

In 1999, he authored one of the best-selling cybersecurity books of all time, Hacking Exposed: Network Security Secrets & Solutions. Kurtz is also an exotic car collector and race car driver participating in the Pirelli World Challenge, the Radical Cup, and Sports Car Club of America endurance events. 

Kurtz received his B.S. from Seton Hall University. 

What is George Kurtz's net worth?

The estimated net worth of George Kurtz is at least $10.76 million as of March 23rd, 2020. Mr. Kurtz owns 57,510 shares of CrowdStrike stock worth more than $10,758,396 as of May 7th. This net worth approximation does not reflect any other assets that Mr. Kurtz may own. Additionally, Mr. Kurtz receives a salary of $1,350,000.00 as CEO at CrowdStrike.

How old is George Kurtz?

Mr. Kurtz is currently 50 years old. There are 6 older executives and no younger executives at CrowdStrike.

What is George Kurtz's salary?

As the CEO of CrowdStrike Holdings, Inc., Mr. Kurtz earns $1,350,000.00 per year.

How do I contact George Kurtz?

The corporate mailing address for Mr. Kurtz and other CrowdStrike executives is 150 MATHILDA PLACE SUITE 300, SUNNYVALE CA, 94086. CrowdStrike can also be reached via phone at 888-512-8906 and via email at [email protected]

Has George Kurtz been buying or selling shares of CrowdStrike?

George Kurtz has not been actively trading shares of CrowdStrike during the last ninety days. Most recently, George Kurtz sold 93,645 shares of the business's stock in a transaction on Monday, March 22nd. The shares were sold at an average price of $195.37, for a transaction totalling $18,295,423.65.

Are insiders buying or selling shares of CrowdStrike?

During the last year, insiders at the sold shares 106 times. They sold a total of 11,941,559 shares worth mmore than $1,388,067,271.04. The most recent insider tranaction occured on April, 22nd when Michael J. Carpenter Insider bought 33,027 shares worth more than $7,209,133.56. Insiders at CrowdStrike own 11.3 % of the company.

Information on this page was last updated on 4/22/2021.

George Kurtz Insider Trading History at CrowdStrike

Transaction DateBuy/SellNumber of SharesAverage Share PriceTotal TransactionShares Held After TransactionDetails
3/22/2021Sell93,645$195.37$18,295,423.65View SEC Filing Icon  
12/3/2020Sell12,475$163.26$2,036,668.50View SEC Filing Icon  
11/30/2020Sell24,951$154.17$3,846,695.67View SEC Filing Icon  
11/19/2020Sell12,475$143.75$1,793,281.25View SEC Filing Icon  
10/13/2020Sell24,951$152.50$3,805,027.50View SEC Filing Icon  
10/9/2020Sell218,313$144.22$31,485,100.86View SEC Filing Icon  
9/21/2020Sell58,088$130.96$7,607,204.48View SEC Filing Icon  
9/9/2020Sell212,076$127.49$27,037,569.24View SEC Filing Icon  
8/10/2020Sell205,833$98.71$20,317,775.43View SEC Filing Icon  
7/9/2020Sell243,264$116.32$28,296,468.48View SEC Filing Icon  
6/25/2020Sell6,237$108.17$674,656.29View SEC Filing Icon  
6/22/2020Sell56,871$102.87$5,850,319.77View SEC Filing Icon  
6/11/2020Sell243,264$95.04$23,119,810.56View SEC Filing Icon  
6/9/2020Sell218,313$95.01$20,741,918.13View SEC Filing Icon  
5/11/2020Sell249,498$77.13$19,243,780.74View SEC Filing Icon  
4/20/2020Sell35,640$68.26$2,432,786.40View SEC Filing Icon  
4/17/2020Sell17,820$64.79$1,154,557.80View SEC Filing Icon  
4/15/2020Sell500$62.53$31,265.00View SEC Filing Icon  
4/8/2020Sell300,000$60.13$18,039,000.00View SEC Filing Icon  
3/27/2020Sell17,820$59.64$1,062,784.80View SEC Filing Icon  
3/23/2020Sell57,510$46.69$2,685,141.9057,510View SEC Filing Icon  
3/20/2020Sell43,830$50.09$2,195,444.7057,510View SEC Filing Icon  
3/9/2020Sell64,722$46.83$3,030,931.26View SEC Filing Icon  
2/10/2020Sell138,820$62.73$8,708,178.60View SEC Filing Icon  
1/16/2020Sell2,344$62.52$146,546.88View SEC Filing Icon  
1/13/2020Sell2,344$59.50$139,468.00View SEC Filing Icon  
1/9/2020Sell141,164$56.28$7,944,709.92View SEC Filing Icon  
1/6/2020Sell2,344$53.50$125,404.00View SEC Filing Icon  
12/9/2019Sell124,748$49.78$6,209,955.44View SEC Filing Icon  
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George Kurtz Buying and Selling Activity at CrowdStrike

CrowdStrike Company Overview

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CrowdStrike Holdings, Inc. provides cloud-delivered solutions for endpoint and cloud workload protection in the United States, Australia, Germany, India, Israel, Romania, and the United Kingdom. It offers 19 cloud modules on its Falcon platform through a software as a service subscription-based model that covers various security markets, such as corporate workload security, security and vulnerability management, managed security services, IT operations management, threat intelligence services, identity protection, and log management. The company primarily sells its platform and cloud modules through its direct sales team. CrowdStrike Holdings, Inc. was incorporated in 2011 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.
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