LogDog Learning Mode: Learning to Give You the Best Protection
Like any good guard dog, LogDog needs to learn how you normally use your accounts in order to provide you with the best protection possible.
That’s why, any time you protect a new account, LogDog will be in Learning Mode for seven days. During this short period, LogDog will learn things like:
- Where and when you typically log in. For example, if you typically check Facebook from Florida, LogDog will alert you if your account is accessed from a different geography.
- What devices you use. If you typically check Gmail from your Android device and LogDog detects account access from an iPhone, you’ll get an alert.
- Which networks you use. Do you typically log into your accounts from a home network? Or an office network? Any unusual connection activity will instigate an alert.
You won’t receive any alerts while LogDog is in Learning Mode. But don’t worry; it’s already working to keep you protected, and you’ll even get notifications to keep you posted as Learning Mode progresses toward its finish. And, when Learning Mode ends, LogDog will continue learning your changing and evolving habits by allowing you to easily approve any new or unfamiliar activities.
Have any questions? Shoot us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re standing by!