Is Your Smart Home Secure?
Updated: Jun 16, 2020
Throughout the years, smart home technology has seen significantly large and rapid development with the average Australian home now having around 18 (Internet of Things) IoT-connected devices, which is set to rise to 30 by 2022 with the accelerated adoption of lighting, energy and security devices.
But just how secure are these new smart home devices? Amy Steed's article, How Secure Is Your Home, outlines the dangers we face in an ever-growing and connected world.
At Intelec Systems, we're combating security risks with innovative technology, like our advanced hub that connects our devices using WPA-2, thus isolating it from other external networks and devices.
Likewise, to connect remotely or via an app, our security systems require unique and secure identifiers like user names and passwords in order to get connected. This ensures no smart device can connect directly to any of our devices in order to provide you with the highest levels of security and peace of mind.
If you'd like to learn more, get in touch - firstname.lastname@example.org | 07 3823 5266