NetworkNewsBreaks – Cyberfort Software, Inc. (CYBF) Utilizes Various Software Protection Tools to Fight Potential Cyber Attacks

Cybersecurity technology company Cyberfort Software (OTC: CYBF) is leveraging its artificial intelligence (“AI”) content filtering and other software protection tools to combat increasingly dangerous internet activities. A recent article discussing the company reads, “Cyberfort Software’s mission is to adapt AI content filtering practices and software protection tools to the threat that hackers pose, strengthening the online security of companies and other users through multi-platform content filtering and ad blocking technology. The company specializes in acquiring and creating technology that provides cyber security, protects users’ privacy and blocks advertisements. … CYBF’s recent acquisition of content filter developer Vivio furthered its aim to be responsive to Apple and Android platform users alike through its directive to deal with the increasing number of cyber threats on mobile, personal and business computing devices.”

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About Cyberfort Software

Cyberfort Software Inc. is a cybersecurity technology company dedicated to improving the digital lives, privacy and security of end users and organizations. It targets the worldwide cybersecurity market by specializing in the acquisition and development of security software, content filtering and ad-blocking technology. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.CyberfortSoftware.com.

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