CUJO AI Roundup for 2017: What a Year!

CUJO AI yearly roundup is here! The New Year is coming, so it’s time to sit for a minute and think over everything we’ve been through in 2017. We proved to be strong in quite a few exhibitions and competitions and launched new exciting features. Year roundup: biggest breaches 2017 was quite intense regarding data breaches. Remember Equifax with private and …

Internet of Things Security is Broken. CUJO is Fixing It.

Security expert Bruce Schneier has said that someone, somewhere “is learning how to take down the internet” using distributed-denial-of-service attacks. Hackers are evaluating servers around the world to identify the internet’s weak points and the most effective ways of bringing it down. Recently, the internet infrastructure company Dyn was attacked by hackers. Users around the world felt it as their …

Laptops have antivirus. How about smartphones, smart thermostats or gaming consoles?

Internet of Things Risks You May Be Oblivious To

The Internet of Things (IoT) is here to stay – it’s not something that will affect just the future, it’s part of your life today, right now. From your smartphone to your connected thermostat to your fitness tracker – all of these devices are already making our lives more interconnected and more dependent on technology.  By and large, that’s a …

Connected devices are not safe

How to Avoid Credit Card Theft when Shopping Online

The internet has made shopping very easy. As our technology evolves so do the ways people try to game the system and scam people. Internet scams can range from foreign kings pleading for assistance to your bank claiming they’ve had a security breach and requiring password confirmation. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. This holds, …