General Data Protection Regulation

What Will General Data Protection Regulation Mean for Network Operators?

On 25th of May, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will become a key document protecting the privacy of European Union (EU) citizens. It will change the way companies handle private data of their customers. Today, lots of companies don’t meet the data protection requirements that this new legislation is requiring. The companies all around the world are struggling with a …

HTTPS everywhere and encrypted DNS will quickly introduce more privacy

Why DNS Blacklisting Is Not the Best Security Control?

DNS blacklisting is still considered one of the main security controls within service catalogs of many security vendors. This approach is inherently reactive, relying on human analysts to respond & validate millions of security events weekly. It is easily circumvented and is becoming ineffective because of increasing encryption of DNS on endpoint devices. Continued privacy concerns and regulations, such as …

CUJO AI Platform for Network Operators

CUJO AI Platform for Network Operators

We announce CUJO AI Platform for Network Operators, consisting of Device Intelligence, Network Security, and Advanced Parental Controls. We help Network Operators support their customer’s privacy by placing IoT devices beyond the reach of hackers. After deploying our software and firmware solutions to their endpoints and core, Network Operators can enable full internet security protection for their home users without …

Data protection is a team effort

How Internet Service Providers Should Handle Cybersecurity?

In June, we asked our readers what, in their opinion, should protect them from hackers. The internet service providers (ISP) were on the top of most people’s minds. It’s clear that people expect to feel safe at their smart homes. But are Internet service providers ready to provide excellent levels of security? Equifax, Yahoo, and CCleaner didn’t plan for a massive loss …