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Home IoT security could come from a glowing rock next year

itworld-logo.png An Internet of Things security startup thinks it can reduce the complexity of a home full of connected devices to three colors: red, orange, and green.

Dojo-Labs Introduces Security of Things for All Smart Devices

dark reading logo.jpg Dojo-Labs today introduced Dojo, the first technology to monitor the behavior of each device on the network to protect and ensure the privacy of your home.

Dojo wants to monitor and secure your IoT devices

Atmel-logo.png With billions of connected things already in existence today, and a few billion more expected in the next two years, the need for security has never been greater. Cognizant of this, one Bay Area startup has come up with an innovative solution that monitors the behavior of smart devices on your network to protect and ensure the privacy of your home. Introducing Dojo.

This Glowing Rock Wants to Monitor Your Internet of Things

MIT_Tech_Review_Logo.png This Glowing Rock Wants to Monitor Your Internet of Things Can a special security system keep hackers from messing with your connected baby monitor and door lock?

Dojo wants to protect your connected home with machine learning and a 'pebble'

The_Next_Web_Logo.png Securing your home has morphed into something much more digital in the past few years, but we're still vulnerable. The connected home is full of gadgets that may not (read: probably don't) have security features built in, but Dojo thinks it can fill that niche.