Wednesday, January 04, 2017

Really Want A Smart Home? Cybersecurity Worries 60% Of Possible Device Buyers

Research firm Parks Associates threw some cold water on the red-hot Internet of Things hype at the CES Show in Las Vegas with the new research report published Wednesday. although the report also highlighted what Parks says are the top emerging IoT trends.

"Roughly 60 percent of U.S. broadband households are concerned, with the majority very concerned, that someone will be able to access and control their smart home products," said Stuart Sikes, President of Parks Associates, about the report.

From the article "Really Want A Smart Home? Cybersecurity Worries 60% Of Possible Device Buyers" by Rick Smith.

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