Advanced Security Network Security for Home and Business.
Protection for everything on your home network.
– Personal and work computers, phones and tablets
– Internet of Things / Home Automation devices (cams, locks, applicances , etc)
Do you feel satisified with just blinking green, yellow or red lights as your only feedback on your home network’s security and your safety?
Concerned about who might have turned on and be watching your webcam?
Isn’t it time that your security devices worked with you and not somewhere in the dark – leaving you guessing if they are even on?
“A Cloud of My Own” – with a touchscreen interface – gives you simple, clear, directions and feedback.
No need to guess about how safe and secure your network is.
No need to be a Network Guru
Only Devices you actively approve will ever use your Network
Continuous survellence of your network for abnormal behavior
The “A Cloud of My Own” firewall is aways on, always learning about the devices in your home or business, and letting you know it straighforward, non-technical language when some thing looks wrong.
Do you enjoy lot’s of menus of IP addresses, mac address, IPTable entries?
Neither Do We!
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The first of our series on personal digital privacy and security – Protecting yourself and your family – Getting Started
Let’s start the new year off right with some simple steps to protect your computer and your home network – Security made simple – Keeping yourself, your family and your business safe – Take the first step (Part 1)
Take the first step to ensure your security and privacy – add VPN protection for your computers, phone and tablets. One account protects them all. We use Nord VPN and highly recommend their product.
Looking for a simple, secure cloud back up for your home or business computer?
Looking for secure, simple cloud based backups. Our partner Backblaze has a great product. Don’t risk losing your files…. $5 a month to backup your personal or business computer..
1. Sans Technology Education: The Attack Surface Problem[http://www.sans.edu/cyber-research/security-laboratory/article/did-attack-surface]↩