Mobile World Congress

CUJO AI at Mobile World Congress

At the Mobile World Congress (MWC) you can find us among the most intriguing mobile visionaries. We are the only company in the world that offers cross-spectrum protection for both LAN and Wireless (including mobile and public WiFi).   Find out more about it and book a time to check out our demos: 1. CUJO AI for Mobile (4G/LTE) This solution provides …

5 New Year’s Resolutions That Are Easy To Keep

After lots of parties and fun, it’s time to *really* start the New Year. Is there a better way than to kick it off with a challenge? Let’s admit it: all those quit-smoking-start-jogging-save-the-nature promises aren’t going to happen. But you know what? There are some resolutions that are simple, effective and take almost no effort.   Our team has come …

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 …

CUJO Stories: Security Specialist Adam Robles

The days of Adam Robles are filled with two things: a job in technology he is happy to be doing for 7 years already, and a home, full with an energy of his three boys. Adam notices that his family uses all kinds of smart devices, including tablets, phones, gaming systems, laptops, televisions, Roku, Apple TV, and smartwatches. That a …

Smart homes need more protection

CUJO stories: Phil Cogan from NYC

Phil Cogan has had a varied career that has involved the use of evolving technologies. He was a broadcast journalist for a dozen years; an unpaid, sworn police officer in Virginia for 8 years; a senior manager for the Federal Emergency Management Agency for 23 years, assigned to over 100 national emergencies; a licensed amateur radio operator. Currently, he is …

How CUJO Works? Understand in <10 Minutes

Our security operations team shares that on average, households that use CUJO have 14-15 connected devices. Sounds like a lot of devices to have, right? Not really. How come that many? Let’s count a bit. An average American household consist of 2-3 members. Each of them will probably have a smartphone. Most of them have a laptop, some – a desktop computer. …

CUJO Stories: How CUJO Secured a MacBook?

Last week we were pleasantly surprised to get an email from Oliver, one of  CUJO owners from London. He decided to share a problem he encountered recently with his network.  It’s a story about unprotected MacBook that might open the whole network to hackers.  Note: The letter was edited for length and clarity. Hello, CUJO Team! I just wanted to …

Best to read it with a cup of hot coffee

CUJO Blog Has a Fresh Look. Check It Out!

Today marks a happy day for our team – we just got ourselves a brand new blog design! Even more cyber security tips, stories, and hacks under one neat look. So what’s new, you ask? Fresh design. A minimal layout lets you focus on content without distractions. Easy navigation. Enjoy the ease of use with an intuitive interface that adjusts to any …

September brought some serious news

September Roundup: How Did We Hold up against Cyber Threats?

According to a recent report from Gemalto, 918 data breach incidents were registered during the first half of 2017, reaching 1.9 billion people. It’s affected more people than in the whole 2016. These numbers do not even include the recent data breaches of Equifax, Instagram or CCleaner. It’s not “another day, another hack” anymore. Safe to say that if you used …