Smart home trends are driving more digital technology into the devices around us. Our appliances, environmental controls, security systems, and door locks are all using computing and connectivity to bring more capability and control to our fingertips.

The increased use of home monitoring video cameras and smart microphones in households thanks to lower prices and the popularity of voice-activated gadgets has introduced new vulnerabilities and security risks into the most private spaces in our lives.

Since most homeowners aren’t experts in technology and security, we believe these technologies must be more reliable, secure, and easy to use than traditional IT systems.

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