The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free.
We all are connected today. From young children to senior citizens, everyone utilizes some form of technology each and every day. Where we used to have 1 or 2 computers in our homes we now have a whole slew of connected devices. Most of these devices are connected to our home WiFi networks. Our home alone is full of connected devices – from phones and TVs to tablets and even kid’s toys. While life can be more fun and more productive in a connected world, there’s always good and bad.
All of these connected devices are awesome but most of them simply don’t have proper security installed. Virtual criminals are exploiting our networks to steal data, destroy devices, and monitor us at home. CUJO has found a way to protect us all, shielding for your entire home network, adapting continuously to keep you safe. Unlike traditional solutions, CUJO adapts and reacts when your home network is attacked and does not rely solely on the libraries of known malware issues.
Protect Your Devices
CUJO is trying to help protect you from the bad so you can better enjoy the good. CUJO is a smart firewall for the connected home, designed to bring business-level internet security to the home network. This one device will guard all devices connecting to the WiFi router and allow complete control via their impressive app. CUJO detects and blocks malicious sites, viruses, and hacks. It’s also blazing fast so CUJO will never slow your network connection down.
Aside from all the amazing security features, CUJO offers an entire suite of robust parental controls incorporated in the device. This is my favorite part. CUJO lets you control what your kids access online with controls for all devices. Parents can impose time limits, filter the internet from inappropriate and malicious content, monitor social media, and pause the internet entirely. It’s such a great feeling to gain some sort of real control over the vast “Wild West” that is today’s internet.