Think about the last conversation you had on your phone. While you likely weren’t discussing state secrets, the discussion was certainly intended to be private to the participants. Now imagine the details of your emails, hands-free phone conversations in your car, or even the last document that came off your wireless printer all being available to an unknown party who was intent on compromising your information for business or personal gain. Uncomfortable at the least and business or politically damaging at the very worst.
Author: Garrett Bell (Analyst, Security Consulting) The idea of a “smart home,” a home filled with connected devices that conveniently streamline entertainment, security, lighting, and