The average home has a multitude of devices connected to the Internet. In addition to laptops, tablets and smart phones, you may have wireless printers, smart TV’s, game consoles, media players, thermostats, security cameras, lightbulbs (to name a few).
It is up to you, the consumer, to secure your Internet of Things. Doing so can prevent attacks on your own network and help prevent attackers from hijacking your devices to carry out larger attacks.
Visit our Securing Your Smart Home page for steps to secure your devices and additional resources.