Smart devices and the Internet of Things (IoT) are rapidly connecting consumers to the internet like never before—but along with convenience, this technology can come with risk. Fitness trackers, virtual assistants and other smart products are not always built with security in mind, and can potentially open your home network to cybercriminals and reveal your information without your knowledge.
To help you protect yourself and your family, here are seven tips you can take to prevent your smart devices from leaking your data or being compromised by malicious cyberactivity:
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