The risk with smart home devices, he said, wasn't that burglars might hack your smart lock to break into your house. The risk was that hackers could exploit tens of thousands of poorly secured smart home devices across the country for all sorts of purposes -- purposes that potentially wouldn't affect their owners on an individualized level. In other words, that camera, printer or smart fridge probably won't directly jeopardize your personal safety, but it might well degrade the security of banks, web services or other large institutions the world over.GO TO STORE
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