Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Las Vegas, NV - Jan 02, 2017 - From CES 2017: CUJO, a smart firewall that brings business-level internet security to homes, announced today new features for parents to safeguard their children online. CUJO provides this capability for all connected devices – from laptops and tablets to gaming consoles and smartphones.
“In addition to keeping my kids safe from hackers, now CUJO allows control what, when, and how long my kids can access websites and apps,” said CEO, Einaras Gravrock. “As a parent, I am excited to have family dinners without social media.”
In addition to keeping my kids safe from hackers, now CUJO allows control what, when, and how long my kids can access websites and apps. As a parent, I am excited to have family dinners without social media.
CUJO is a pioneer in IoT and home internet security, having created a hardware firewall that uses artificial intelligence and behavior analysis to stop hacking attempts and web threats. At CES 2017, CUJO will demonstrate its technology and newest features.
Per a UN study, the average US home is more likely to be hacked then robbed. Homes increasingly fall prey to criminal organizations, as highlighted by the recent Mirai exploits of cameras and DVRs. Once a home network is compromised; hackers are interested in exploiting email and bank accounts. Consumers should consider owning a home internet security system that protects them from phishing, ransomware, camera hacks, and other threats as important as having a lock on their door.
CUJO is a smart firewall that protects connected homes and IoT devices from criminal hackers and web threats. Using a combination of cloud services, machine learning, and mobile apps to manage your network, CUJO security solution gives home and small business users peace of mind while online. CUJO is available for purchase at https://www.getcujo.com and major retailers.
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