Mountain View, California – (January 17th, 2019) – CUJO AI, an award-winning nextgen AI-powered software platform for network operators joins the annual World Economic Forum Meeting held in Davos – Klosters, Switzerland, on the 22-25th of January. The annual meeting gathers the world’s top businesses and government leaders.
This year, The World Economic Forum (WEF) focuses on the topic entitled “Globalization 4.0: Shaping a Global Architecture in the Age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution”.
At the WEF’s Annual Meeting Einaras von Gravrock, CEO and founder of CUJO AI, will address what are the risks and what must be done in order to minimize the cybersecurity issues in the connected world.
During the panel discussion “Quantum Computing & Cybersecurity”, Einaras von Gravrock will share his insights into the emerging security challenge. The panel session will be held on the 21st January from 16.00 to 17:30 at the Davos-Klosters, Congress Centre, Casanna.
Last year the company attended Summer Davos as a Technology Pioneer. In January 2019, CUJO AI has announced that has been chosen by Comcast and Charter Communications, two largest network operators in the US. Currently, CUJO AI Platform is deployed in more than 240M devices and 16M homes worldwide.
“We consider security and privacy as an emerging human right. Businesses and governments are responsible for end-user safety. We work closely with the network operators to develop and deliver AI driven solutions powered by machine learning and real-time data. Our goal is to scale the security and personalize the customer experience. CUJO AI is a leader in AI-driven cybersecurity and elevates the connected experience. As one of the world’s most promising Technology Pioneers 2018, we are ready to leave our mark and share our expertise with the World Economic Forum’s community.“, said Einaras von Gravrock, CEO of CUJO AI.
Every year CUJO AI releases its cybersecurity report to predict the global cybersecurity trends. The company has conducted a semi-structured survey to analyze end-user perceptions about cybersecurity which will be presented at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Key findings from the CUJO AI cybersecurity trend report:
- 85.2% of respondents claim that cybercrime prevention should be a combined effort between internet service providers, governments, end-users, and companies. Respondents claim that end-users and internet service providers should lead the effort. 33.2% of respondents claim that end-users are responsible for cybercrime prevention and 44.2% of respondents would contact their internet service provider if they became victims of cybercrime.
- More than 95% of threats to tablets and phones are a result of unsafe browsing, while respondents continue to strongly rely on traditional security means (e.g. using stronger passwords). More than half (59.1%) survey participants feel well informed about cyber threats, 51.2% think that they might not be able to protect themselves from cybercrime. 61.2% of respondents are not sure or claim that they’re not even able to identify an attack on their IoT devices.
In recent years, CUJO AI nextgen security solutions have been recognized on multiple occasions. Earlier this year, the company was named as a “Cool Vendor in IoT Security” and “Vendor to Watch” by research company Gartner. This November, the company has been awarded as a ‘Security Solution” of the Year at the Glotel 2018 Awards by Telecoms.com.
About CUJO AI
CUJO AI is a nextgen artificial intelligence company that provides cybersecurity and device management solutions for network operators worldwide. CUJO AI Platform secures and enhances connected experiences for 16M gateways and 240M devices. CUJO AI platform solutions are delivered as a SaaS for all home network devices. It analyzes vast amounts of local network data and then uses proprietary machine learning algorithms to power the features. CUJO AI employs a staff of 150+ professionals in 7 countries and 4 continents. More information about CUJO AI can be found at cujo.com