Information technology and cybersecurity company GuardDog.AI launches its new dealer program for integrators in order to bring autonomous incident response technology to its clients.
The program will be officially launched during the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association (CEDI Expo) event to be held between 1st to 3rd September 2021, in Indianapolis.
GuardDog.ai’s new cloud-based cybersecurity program will help many working professionals in the information technology sector. The company’s Autonomous Incident Response platform uses artificial intelligence to detect cyber threats in milliseconds and neutralize them in no time.
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Founder of Adaptive design, Glen Merlin Johnson, said, “It is our responsibility as tech designers and specifiers to ensure that our clients are not only physically protected in their homes by intruders, but also safe from cyber intrusions on all of our integrated wired and wireless electronics.”
He also mentioned, “We are bringing these devices and systems into the homes for simplification, but without protections such as guardDog.ai, we are leaving our clients vulnerable to personal and corporate theft by unknown and unseen criminals.”
This technology will enable its users to protect their client’s data in an effective and optimized manner. GuardDog.ai’s platform can detect threats outside the parameter and connected devices in wired and wireless networks.
The United States-based cybersecurity service providing company GuardDog.ai was founded by Peter Bookman earlier this year. The firm has raised a total funding of $1.4 million in its seed funding round.
The CEO of GuardDog.ai, Peter, said that he is extremely thrilled to launch their new program at the CEDI Expo 2021 event. The company looks forward to working with industry-leading integrators in order to provide them with the best in class security solutions that would enable them to cater to their client needs.