How to Secure Your Smart Home

Internet things are gaining ground at an explosive rate. Houses and businesses are joining the movement. Technology companies bring new products to add convenience, convenience and cost savings to their mute devices. More and more are realizing the benefits of intelligent products and the interest of customers and shot.
Today, the customer has the luxury of controlling all connected devices from everywhere. In
the world of IO (Internet objects), locks do not need keys, lights have
become independent of installed switches, heating and cooling controls
do not require their presence, the premises of your home or
Your business are always visible; No matter where you are. Remote programming and artificial intelligence bring the ease of use of intelligent products to the next level. All this was made possible by the rapid growth of Internet coverage,
the widespread use of smart phones, intelligent products at competitive
prices and a larger base of customers who want information in every
device trying.
New players established and new products and solutions every day. Customers adopt these solutions and everyday things at home and
business add and bring more convenience and comfort in our daily lives.
Connect the devices to the Internet and the remote control is very
convenient, but easy to achieve something can become your enemy if the
safety aspect is ignored by the user.
security threats include, but are not limited to, unsafe devices,
mobile applications, and unsafe Wi-Fi network vulnerabilities.
smart home developer is always ready to protect their devices and
applications with pre-designed software and regular updates via FOTA
(Firmware in Air), once the device has been sold and used by consumers
. Therefore, end users, their primary concern is the network in which the device is connected.
As a smart home user, you should never use the factory default password to your computer network and connected gadgets. Passwords must manage your Wi-Fi network gives intelligently and always a vague name. Always create strict guest control access to your network. Always create two different Wi-Fi networks if you have a dual-band router. Make the network firewall, either a stand-alone device or software that comes with the router, to limit incoming connections. Use WPA2 instead of WEP.
A device-level security can be guaranteed by a nearer license of devices and make sure they are looking tight. Similarly, regular firmware upgrades are paramount, and that will keep your device protected from potential vulnerabilities.

How to Secure Your Smart Home

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