How to Protect Your Smart Home Tech During the Holiday Season



Smart home tech is likely to be extremely popular this holiday season, but it could also prove fruitful for hackers taking advantage of people who are less than tech-savvy.

Consumers Delaying Their Purchase of Smart Home Devices



According to an article in the Business Insider, people are becoming more cautious about smart home devices, apart from the Internet of Things devices. The reason is because of concerns about security.

Forensic Implications of Smart Home Software



While much has been made of the usefulness of smart home software an article in CBC.ca highlights how smart home software is being used forensically.

Smart home Tech Still Needs to Overcome Hurdles for Mass Market Adoption



Smart home tech is becoming increasingly mainstream with the introduction of devices such as Google Home and Alexa. Despite this, hurdles still remain before there can be true mass-market adoption.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Smart Home Devices



Smart home devices include technology that can automate and control security, air-conditioning and heating and ventilation and which can extend to household appliances such as washers and dryers and refrigerators.

Making Smart Home Tech Is Key for Mass-Market Adoption



The early adoption phase of smart home tech is well underway, but breaking into the mass-market is proving not to be quite so easy for mainstream retailers. An article in dealerscope.com points out that working out how to make smart home tech more approachable for consumers is vital if there is to be mass-market adoption.

Can We Really Trust Smart Home Gadgets?



According to a recent Which investigation then possibly not. It showed how hackers only need a few days to access the home network and connected devices.

Consumers Hacking Fears about Smart Home Devices Could Stunt Industry Growth



New research recently released by Parks Associates shows consumer anxiety about smart home devices and platforms being hacked is increasing.

Does Smart Home Technology Need to be More Secure?



According to an article in the Huffington Post.co.uk, the answer to this question is a definite yes and smart home technology does need to be made more secure. It’s easy to see the benefits of smart home technology, especially door locks

Recent Network Disruption Highlights Potential Problems with the Internet of Things



Smart home technology can be fantastic when everything is operating properly, but a recent article in Global News.ca highlights the potential problems when a network fails.

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