This year at CEDIA, CUJO will be announcing four different levels of partnership program which is aligned with partners’ business model and oriented to provide maximum output for both sides.
The company is starting the new online partners platform to provide all purchase, delivery, and learning processes as simply as possible.
Starting in September, all existing and new potential partners will be able to order and track their purchased CUJO’s online. There will be a possibility to check out rebates, existing marketing proposals, active trainings, etc.
Once a home network is compromised, hackers can exploit emails, bank accounts, and all IoT devices connected to the network. Consumers should consider owning a home internet security system that protects them from phishing, ransomware, camera hacks, and other threats. It is as important as having a lock on their door.
“Nowadays there is a huge need for accessible cyber security solutions as antivirus alone can’t protect smart homes from hackers. We are delighted to be able to bring the best internet and IoT security solution to the U.S and Canada,” says CEO of CUJO, Einaras von Gravrock.
CUJO notifies and blocks any potential threats any family may stumble while unknowingly browsing unsafe sites. It also protects you from other attempts to access your data, privacy, and finances, such as phishing, ransomware, and camera hacks.
Often, for these threats, relying on routers and anti-virus is not enough to protect your home because they do not protect the plethora of IoT devices in the consumer’s home.
CUJO owners can also monitor and control when, what, and how much children are accessing on the Internet. The setup is simple: just plug your CUJO into the Wi-Fi router you already have and install the app on your phone.
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