Monday, November 16, 2015

Households Very Concerned About Security/Privacy When Using

"Broadband households in the U.S. now own an average of more than seven Internet-connected computing and entertainment devices, and nearly one-fifth own a smart home device," said Patrice Samuels, research analyst, Parks Associates. "As consumers acquire more connected devices for their homes, the more exposure they feel, either through experience or from hearing about high-profile security breaches in the media. As a result, they are seeing high value in security and privacy support either as stand-alone services or through monthly fees.”

From the article "Households Very Concerned About Security/Privacy When Using " by MacTech.

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