Monday, September 26, 2016

Security Trumps Ease-Of-Use For Smart-Home Consumers As Market Reaches Critical Mass

Conducted through OnePoll, the survey canvassed 1,200 respondents in the US, UK, France, Germany, Italy and Japan on the IoT devices they had in their home and security measures people take (or fail to take) to secure their smart homes.

In terms of the number of smart devices per household the UK (2.6) and US (2.4) trail France (5.8 devices), Italy (5) and Germany (4.5) by some distance (although this is contradicted by the findings of a report by Parks Associates).

From the article "Security Trumps Ease-Of-Use For Smart-Home Consumers As Market Reaches Critical Mass" by Adam Bannister.

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