Can Home Automation Make Your Home More Vulnerable?
With all the cool tech at our fingertips today, more and more homeowners are ramping up their properties with automation systems. Nowadays, smart home devices can be found in almost every room, from alarm systems to video surveillance and fire detectors to medical alerts.
However, some skeptical minds are questioning whether we’re accidentally rolling out the red carpet for thieves.
Safe Space or High-Stakes Gamble?
Smart homes come packed with a purpose: to make our lives safer and easier. However, this convenience can come with a silver lining. Because just like any other tech device, smart home system can also be hacked.
Before you immediately write off smart home products, know that a potential breach is unlikely to occur. And savvy homeowners can overcome these concerns with added security, like two-factor authentication (2FA) and regular software updates.
Put Your Trust in the Pros
At Roger's Security®, we understand there is no one-size-fits-all security option. So, our die-hard security buffs mold our offerings to your unique needs and budget. We're always in the loop about the latest security and cyber-attack news, giving our clients top-drawer value and confidence knowing they are protected from any new virus.
Yes, vulnerabilities in home automation are real, but they're not a big threat. With a dash of caution and a dollop of updates, these risks can be knocked down to almost zero. So if you have a query or want to smarten up your home, give us a ring at Roger's Security® to get started.
Roger's Security® Systems is an authorized Honeywell dealer and has been providing both residential and commercial security services and video surveillance equipment for over 20 years to homes and businesses in Ontario.
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