LogDog, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based provider of an anti-hacking service that empowers smartphone users to take back control from hackers, launched with an undisclosed amount of funding.
Backers included Maxfield Capital, Curious Minds Investments and The Time VC.
The company is using the funds for development of its security technology.
Led by Uri Brison, CEO and Founder, LogDog has just announced the public launch of its Android app, which is part of a service that protects users’ private online information by immediately sending an alert at the first sign of suspicious activity. It actively monitors activity across multiple accounts, including Google and Yahoo! services, Facebook, Dropbox, Evernote, and more to come.
LogDog is currently available to download in the Google Play store for free and will be launching for iOS in the upcoming months.