Orion Hindawi Net Worth

Orion Hindawi was born in 1980 in Piedmont, California and is the CEO of Tanium, a cybersecurity firm he cofounded with his father David in 2007. The two had previously sold their IT software patching system, BigFix, to IBM for $400 million in 2010. Tanium was built in secret for five years before being unveiled, and in 2015, they raised $120 million from investors who valued the company at $3.5 billion. In 2016, Orion took over as CEO from his father, but the two are co-managing the company. Orion's father David was born in Baghdad, grew up in Israel, and attended UC Berkeley for his PhD. Orion also attended Berkeley, but dropped out to work with his father.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? CEO, Tanium
Birth Year 1980
Birth Place Piedmont, California, United States
Orion Hindawi age 43 YEARS OLD
Education B.A. University of California, Berkeley
Occupation software entrepreneur
Known for co-founder of Tanium, Inc.
Children 1
Parent(s) David Hindawi

💰 Net worth: $1.2 Billion (2024)

Orion Hindawi, the renowned CEO of Tanium, is projected to have a remarkable net worth of approximately $1.2 billion by 2024. With his exceptional leadership skills and strategic vision, Hindawi has successfully catapulted Tanium, a leading American cybersecurity and systems management company, to new heights in the industry. Through cutting-edge innovations and transformative solutions, Tanium has become a trusted name, gaining widespread recognition and contributing significantly to Hindawi's growing net worth.

2016 $1 Billion
2017 $1 Billion
2018 $1 Billion



In 2007, along with his Father, he founded the cybersecurity firm, Tanium. In September 2015, they raised $120 million in new funding that valued Tanium at $3.5 billion, making each of them a Billionaire. Tanium uses a novel approach to cybersecurity different from its main competitors Symantec and Intel’s McAfee which have a central data center that communicates directly with individual computers (and requiring a massive investment in data centers), Tanium instead uses a peer-to-peer system where each computer on a network talks to the computer adjacent to it, pooling data, and then relaying the information in a chain before sending it back to a single server. In February 2016, Orion took over as CEO from his Father.