Can I Protect My Own Device With Canopy?

Can I Protect My Own Device With Canopy?

Yes! All you need to do is follow these simple steps:

  1. Download Canopy (for dashboard and settings). 
  2. Download the Canopy Shield app (the protection app) to your own smartphone, tablet, or computer.

For instructions on how to download Canopy and Canopy Shield, please visit the Sign Up and Install section of our Help Center.

Once you’ve installed Canopy Shield on your device, you can change your Canopy settings using the Canopy main app or the web dashboard

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