guardDog.ai Launches Dealer Program for Integrators to Bring Autonomous Incident Response Technology to New Customer Channels
Registered dealers can now offer a turnkey cybersecurity solution to their clients – with recurring revenue opportunities – by providing automatic protection of networks and devices with cloud-based service
SALT LAKE CITY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#BeyondVPN—Guard Dog Solutions, Inc., dba guardDog.ai, a rapidly expanding leader in cybersecurity solutions for consumers and businesses, today announced a dealer program for Systems Integrators, MSSP’s, and IT Security Professionals nationwide. The launch venue for this new program will be at the CEDIA Expo (Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association), September 1 – 3, 2021, in Indianapolis. Members of CEDIA can stop by the guardDog.ai booth #2735 and view a live demonstration of this new cloud-based cybersecurity service in action that could benefit their clients and explore the recurring revenue opportunities. guardDog.ai can stop cyberattacks in under two milliseconds with its Autonomous Incident Response (AiR) technology, which uses artificial intelligence to detect cyber threats and instantly shut attacks down.
The service stays up to date on all the latest threats, such as ransomware, man-in-the-middle attacks, denial of service, and emerging novel threats, to protect networks and the devices attached to them. From the moment the Fido network overlay device is plugged in, it works with guardDog.ai Protective Cloud Services (PCS) to combat threats with AiR technology before they compromise privacy and security. Dealers can proactively protect their clients’ valuable assets across their entire grid network with guardDog.ai. As part of the guardDog.ai program, registered dealers can become certified cybersecurity experts through the guardDog.ai integrator certification training program.
In wired and Wi-Fi networks, guardDog.ai protects against threats outside the perimeter of the network or on attached devices that other solutions can’t see, including the many IoT devices that now occupy home networks such as digital doorbells, smart refrigerators, and game systems. Devices of every kind are inherently vulnerable to the networks they join. guardDog.ai employs patent-pending artificial intelligence to pre-emptively recognize, expose, and shut down cybersecurity threats before an attack can happen.
Glen Merlin Johnson, Founder of Adaptive Designs, a guardDog.ai Dealer Partner, stated, “It is our responsibly 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.”
“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,” Johnson concluded.
guardDog.ai CEO Peter Bookman stated, “We are extremely excited to launch our dealer program with CEDIA at the 2021 CEDIA Expo. We look forward to working leading integrators worldwide and providing them with a valuable service their clients need that generates new revenues for them.”
Headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, guardDog.ai has developed a cloud-based Autonomous Incident Response (AiR) cyber security software service with a companion device that work together to simplify network security. The solution provides protection and visibility as it exposes invisible threats on networks and the devices attached to them, with patented technology to address and prevent cybersecurity threats before they compromise network environments. Every business, government, healthcare institution, home consumer, or other organization, are grappling to find security solutions that are adapting to this changing world. guardDog.ai is pioneering new innovations designed to meet these challenges.
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