The internet of things is the umbrella term for anything that connects to the internet. By 2025, it is estimated that there will be more than to 21 billion IoT devices. Cybersecurity will continue to be a big concern as more devices will connect directly to the 5G network.
Biometrics are any metrics related to human features. The most common examples of a biometric recognition system are the iPhone’s fingerprint and facial recognition technology. Biometric identifiers also act as access control in secure environments. But the first question you should ask is: is my biometric data secure from identity theft?
The security of your home Wi-Fi connection is serious cause for concern. With the proliferation of IoT devices, the home network is bombarded with malware. 7 in 10 consumers wish their home network were more secure, but only 27% believe their network will be compromised. A guest network has the advantage of having its own password.
Smart tvs have become a favorite entertainment device as prices have decreased and quality has increased. They offer the convenience of a one-stop shop for your streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Chromecast, Amazon Prime, and more. Smart TVs have their pros and cons. Find out the advantages and risks associated with smart TVs.
39 million americans own smart speakers, according to a report from NPR and Edison Research. Experts believe a cybercriminal might be able to send a sound or signal to control your device. The good news: researchers are working on a fix.