Cybersecurity Tips For Your Smart Devices by Stuart Cooke

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Photo by Dan Nelson on Unsplash In the broadest sense, the Internet of Things (IoT) refers to all those appliances, apps, and gadgets that are connected to the internet. But it also primarily means those that are embedded with software and other technologies that allow you to exchange data with other devices via the internet. These smart devices are usually found around the home, for example, doorbell cameras, temperature devices and home voice controllers such as Amazon and Google.  These gadgets and apps are created to make our homes smarter and our lives easier. However, they do come with their own set of challenges. These connected devices can actually leave your data and your home vulnerable to cybercriminals. As such, you need to have a plan for securing these. Essentially, if you have a connected home (or even office) you need to have additional security measures in place to protect....

September 21, 2021
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