cybersecurity leader guardDog.ai wins 2022 CE Pro/Commercial Integrator Award for Best New Technology (TNT)

SALT LAKE CITY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Barely a year after its official launch, Guard dog solutionsInc., dba guardDog.ai, a growing leader in cybersecurity protection for consumers and businesses, today received the 2022 CE Pro/Commercial Top New Technology (TNT) award, in the Integrated Security System category.

Now in its seventh year, the TNT Awards honor the best commercial and residential products in conjunction with the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) event in Barcelona May 10-13. The program combines the two EC Professional and Commercial Integratorprint publications and websites to recognize new and unique products and services.

“Today, integrators around the world operate a variety of businesses that cover both residential and commercial markets. The Top New Technology (TNT) awards presented at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) help integrators filter their product decision-making process by identifying the best of the best in new technology,” said Jason Knott, Editor at Head of CePRO.

“What an incredible opportunity to be recognized as a Top New Technology product, especially from the organization that has been instrumental in the rapid advancement and success of our integrator and reseller program,” said said Kelly Ryan, executive vice president of business development for guardDog.AI. “We are extremely honored, but also extremely grateful for the impact our products and technology are having in the growing war against cyberattacks. This award helps underscore the uniqueness and scalability of guardDog.ai’s protection as technology that makes a critical difference for everyone.

guardDog.ai uses AI-driven network overlay technology to detect and protect against attempted cyberattacks in less than two milliseconds by identifying threats that devices and network management solutions cannot detect and stopping them. proactively identify potential exploits before they begin.

In wired and Wi-Fi networks, guardDog protects users against threats in the edge territory that sits outside the network perimeter or on connected devices that other solutions cannot see, including the myriad of IoT devices such as digital doorbells, refrigerators, and gaming systems that are inherently vulnerable to the networks they join.

guardDog.ai uses patent-pending artificial intelligence to preemptively recognize, expose, and block cybersecurity threats before an attack occurs. The solution acts as an overlay to network and device management solutions to detect cyber threats that the network cannot see, and instantly stops attacks before they compromise privacy and security. The service protects its users against the latest threats that come in the form of ransomware, man-in-the-middle attacks, denial of service and new emerging threats, to protect networks and devices connected to them. .

About guardDog.ai

Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, guardDog.ai has developed a cloud-based Autonomous Incident Response (AiR) cybersecurity software service with a companion device that works together to simplify network security. The solution provides protection and visibility as it exposes invisible threats on networks and devices connected to them, with patented technology to address and prevent cybersecurity threats before they compromise network environments. Every business, government, healthcare facility, home consumer, or other organization is striving to find security solutions that adapt to this changing world. guardDog.ai is at the forefront of new innovations designed to meet these challenges.

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