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62% of ISP Customers Affected by Cybersecurity Threats Every Month

This report covers threat data from real-life deployments of CUJO AI Sentry, a multi-layer cybersecurity solution for network service providers that runs on the end user’s home router and protects every device connected to the network.

CUJO AI

November 30, 2023

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This report covers threat data from real-life deployments of CUJO AI Sentry, a multi-layer cybersecurity solution for network service providers that runs on the end user’s home router and protects every device connected to the network.

The data used in this report shows that attended devices, such as smartphones and computers, and unattended Internet of Things (IoT) devices face different types of threats, as well as the categories of threats to expose the targets and tactics used by malicious actors against consumers. The report further delineates the categories of these threats, shedding light on the specific strategies and tactics employed by malicious entities targeting consumers.

The report covers:

  • High threat volume

  • Prevalent IP reputation threats

  • Multiple device targeting

  • Primary threat sources

  • Device-specific vulnerabilities and high-risk Devices

CUJO AI is deployed on over 50 million networks across North America and Europe. It uses in-house machine learning algorithms in combination with industry-leading threat intelligence sources to identify, classify, and protect over 2 billion devices.

CUJO AI Sentry prevents a range of threats, including Safe Browsing events, where devices attempt to access malicious websites, and IP Reputation, where devices are probed by or attempting to connect to disreputable IP addresses, which includes malicious remote access attempts as well as participation in denial-of-service (DOS) attacks.

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