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Podcast: CANADIAN CHANNEL PARTNERS 2021 CONFERENCE PREVIEW – Intrusion’s Shield security technology is new to the market but uses AI based on 27 years of recorded internet traffic.



In January 2021, Intrusion announced general availability of their new Shield network security product. Jack Blount, CEO of Intrusion describes to Don Witt of The Channel Daily News, a TR publication what is an extraordinary technology and that has some amazing features.

First, install the software and it will self-configure to your network and be operational in 2 minutes! It will kill an average of one million business network attacks every month.

Jack Blount

Second, while it may be new technology it is AI based and literally has developed its security knowledge resulting from a data base that has been recording internet traffic for the last 27 years.  This allows the software to detect the 8.5 Billion devices on the internet at any one time as well as the 3.4 billion malware sites that are operating. The database has enabled the Intrusion Shield software to develop thousands of characteristics that are watched for from bad actors.

If you are a reseller or own a business – you must listen to this podcast and see Jack Blount at the Canadian Channel Partners Conference.

INTRUSION Shield™ is the newest Internet protection solution for all businesses: small, medium and large enterprises. INTRUSION Shield’s primary role is to identify and kill all dangerous and harmful traffic. Shield does this using a unique, patented process flow technology which analyzes all network traffic – incoming and outgoing – to keep your business safe.

For more information, go to: https://www.intrusion.com/

Event Name: Canadian Channel Partners 2021 Conference

Date: February 23 & 24, 2020

Location: Virtual Event

Website: https://canadianchannelpartners.com/

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Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZjv3KDwcSQ&t=8s

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