Tips to help secure your smart home and IoT devices
As these new gadgets make it to your home and try to make your home smarter and more efficient, It is up to you to understand how to secure the connected devices within and connected to your smart home.
As cybersecurity professional and a partner of ESET, we have many discussions revolving around malicious software and hardware threats, and the tools to counter them. However, security is a much broader category than just that, and it includes both the availability of and the integrity of your information and a part of that is physical protection. These days, the latest risks we often hear about are things like breaches of data stored in the cloud, or compromised IoT devices. However, it is important to remember that these sorts of risks are in addition to—not instead of—other older and less “sexy” risks, such as hard drive crashes.
Last month we looked at the indicators of client relationship health. Now, here are the questions you should ask your clients directly.