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THE SECURITY DILEMMA OF IOT DEVICES AND POTENTIAL CONSEQUENCES

Over the last decade, we have experienced a surge in consumer-grade connected products – from thermostats and kitchen appliances to baby monitors and smart bulbs. While these are great additions for consumers, the convenience of a connected world can come with a trade-off in security and privacy. Hackers are finding more ways to gain access to personal information by exploiting weaknesses in everyday devices.

WHAT IS THE PROBLEM WITH CONNECTED DEVICES?

Let’s say, you just bought a new fancy smart internet-connected refrigerator.

Typically, a fridge should last for about ten years

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