Cujo AI says it is now in 16 million homes worldwide

Cujo AI, a network intelligence company delivering AI-driven solutions for network operators, has announced that its solutions now cover more than 16 million homes.

The number will continue to grow rapidly as the company is actively delivering its services for major network operators across North America, Europe, and Asia.

“Deploying our Machine Learning powered technology to 16M households is a major milestone. Our team has deployed solutions in production networks, at scale, that many think of as tomorrow’s technology. The service covers over 200M devices — and the number keeps growing every day,“ said Einaras von Gravrock, CEO and co-founder at Cujo AI.

Cujo AI’s platform includes network security, device identification, and content controls. These solutions enable network operators to protect smart home devices and personalize the connected experience. The company uses machine learning and big data to deliver the next-gen security features, such as IoT behavioral analysis.

“We work with the largest network operators that rely on cutting-edge technology to improve experiences for their end users. Despite an already industry-leading suite of security solutions, we’re just getting started and are developing a variety of new services to enhance secure and private experiences,” explained Santeri Kangas, CTO of Cujo AI.

According to a Cujo AI survey of 2600 respondents, 87.3% of consumers are concerned about a loss of personal data information. 77.5% are worried about unauthorized remote access to their devices, while 78% of users require to know detailed information about threats. Smart Home owners want to have a better visibility of their network and protection against the ever-growing threats.

The company has won technology awards, including the Security Solution of the Year award at the 2018 Glotel Awards. Cujo AI was recognized as a Technology Pioneer 2018 by the World Economic Forum in May.

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