Friday, December 15, 2017

Smart Home Cybersecurity with Dojo by Bullguard at Best Buy

The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free.


When it comes to the home and the connected devices that we use throughout the home, many of us find that the devices can go past the computers, smart phones and tablets. This is because more and more homes can find that they are connected through smart home appliances, thermostats, timers in the home on the lights, the smart televisions and more. Giving us control over a lot more in the home than ever before, when we are both at home or away from home through apps that we can pull up on our devices. So like many who find that they want to ensure that their smart homes remain safe from any outside cyber threats, I like heading to my local Best Buy where I can pick up such devices like the Dojo by Bullguard, which is the world’s most comprehensive smart home cybersecurity solution.




With the Dojo, I found the set up process to be very simple. To get started, after unboxing the Dojo, I connected the Dojo Base Unit to our WiFi router using the Ethernet cable that is included. I then added the 4 AA batteries to the Dojo pebble, pressed the button on the bottom of the pebble to power it on and downloaded the Dojo App to my phone. 


Within just a few minutes from the time I unboxed the Dojo and downloaded the app, we were set up and ready to begin using our Dojo! From there, I right away began seeing our devices being added so I could monitor them through the Dojo App in real time. I also found that as devices were being found on our network that I could choose to either keep them or have them removed and even blocked from accessing our network if they are not authorized on our network. Allowing me to control what and who has access to our home network which is a must for anyone who has smart devices in the home. Which include not just the phones, computer, tablets, smart tv's and even smart appliances, but also our baby monitors, security systems, cameras and anything else that we have connected to our home WiFi.


Then when it comes to protecting our home network, it does so by protecting our network from any cyber threats and or privacy breaches that can come from outside sources. The Dojo does this by monitoring our network, updating us if there are any threats detected both through the app and through the pebble. With the pebble, when there is a threat detected it changes colors, letting you know through the following indicators: Green – Good, Yellow – Dojo found something and took care of it, Red – breach was blocked and may require input. Bringing the home a Enterprise Grade Security that monitors and even has intelligent security features that is constantly studying your home network to ensure that it can offer a enhanced protection at all times. And when you purchase a Dojo now at your local Best Buy store or on BestBuy.com, you will get 1 year of free service that then goes to $9.99 per month with no contract or commitment. Making the choice to add the Dojo by Bullguard, one that can offer you both piece of mind and the security needed to protect your home and family when it comes to any potential outside threats.







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tannawings said...

It is amazing really more dont have or use this who are totally connected. We arent- we have computers but nothing else online not even smartphones. There are so many ways people can 'get' ino your home and some quite scary. Great review.
ellen beck

tat2gurlzrock said...

Awesome review. This is so cool. I would love to have one! I am going to check into this further because he need some type of protection.

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