Internet of Things Security Study: Home Security Systems Report

Home security and remote monitoring systems are a major application of the Internet of Things (IoT). Most include sensors, motion detectors, video cameras, and recorders all connected via the cloud to a mobile device or the web. But are they and IoT applications in general secure from hackers? This research study uses HPE Fortify on Demand to test 10 popular home security systems. The results will make you feel anything but secure.

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TrustPipe was founded by a small group of Silicon Valley veterans with the mission of making the Internet safe, and armed with a profound breakthrough in security technology. The company's patented, marker-based approach is more accurate, more resilient in the face of constant change, and far less costly, and renders protect devices -- from datacenter switches to light switches -- virtually hack proof.

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