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Protecting Your Smart Home From a Cyberattack
It’s amazing all the things you can do with IoT devices and smart assistants. Sadly though, many IoT devices aren’t very secure. There’s a lot of concern about what hackers and cyber criminals can do with a single, unprotected device. An unsecured IoT device could allow a cyber criminal access to everything else that shares the same network. For example, your smart cat food bowl might be unsecured, making it easy for a cyber criminal to gain access. From there, they might get into the Alexa unit that’s connected to the smart bowl. This would allow them to send commands to every other device connected to the network, which could result in everything from unlocked doors to identity theft.
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