A home network is a sanctuary. The last place you would think to be hacked or spied on would be on your home network. Most of the time, that level of security is passed off to the router or less reliably the ISP.
However, CUJO offers that piece of mind in an adorable package. The friendly little device plugs into a router and can be controlled with an app. Connected laptops, smartphones, TVs and even baby monitors suddenly become incredibly safe thanks to a business level internet security.
Private moments are safeguarded as CUJO is able to detect and block malicious sites and hacks. It even helps block unauthorized access.
CUJO also learns how devices interact with each other and what normal behavior should be. That machine learning happens automatically and has no extra set up beyond plugging into a router.
This year at CES, CUJO released its VPN and mobile security. Feature plans of Alexa and IFTTT will continue to make the whole home firewall a worthwhile investment for consumers.
Beyond all that, CUJO is just fun to look at. It makes little faces when under attack or offline. It can also digest traffic and save right to Google docs alongside future IFTTT integration.