IoT Cybersecurity, ‘Cascading’ Failures, Worry Consumers Most About Connected Home

By CE Pro Editors · March 7, 2018 • Research: Not surprisingly, consumers fear hacks and other cybersecurity threats when it comes to the connected home, but they also worry if one IoT device fails, the whole smart house crumbles.

ADT Partners with Arrow Electronics to Expand its Cybersecurity Brand

By CE Pro Editors · March 2, 2018 • By partnering with Arrow Electronics, ADT will gain managed detection and response services.

Top 5 Home Tech Trends for 2018: From Smart Home Services to ‘Chief Security Officers’

By Julie Jacobson · February 19, 2018 • Mass-market smart-home services, converging physical and digital security, tunable white lighting, MDU installs, and video projection comprise CE Pro's Top 5 Home Technology Trends and Opportunities for residential integrators in 2018.

Slideshare: Julie Jacobson’s Ultimate CES 2018 Preview - 91 Pages of Smart Home

By Julie Jacobson · January 5, 2018 • CE Pro's Julie Jacobson presents the Ultimate Preview of CES 2018 in 91 pages of Powerpoint slides, with products, trends, links and insights on home automation, A/V, IoT, energy, lighting, AI, security, networking and related smart-home categories.

Top 2017 Mergers & Acquisitions in Security, IoT, Consumer Electronics, A/V

By Julie Jacobson · December 26, 2017 • 2017 was a big year for mergers and acquisitions in consumer technology, including security, smart home, IoT, cybersecurity, high-performance audio and the home-technology installation channel. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)

Apple iOS 11.2 Update Rooted in Smart Home Flaw

By Jason Knott · December 15, 2017 • Integrators should use latest Apple HomeKit vulnerability to talk about cybersecurity, service agreements to clients.

Cybersecurity Liability: Who’s to Blame if One Bad IoT Device Topples the Whole Network?

By Jason Knott · December 12, 2017 • The state of IoT cybersecurity: UL says smart-home integrators and manufacturers share liability when IoT systems are hacked, warns home-tech industry to implement guidelines and best practices.

Hacking 101: Why Video Surveillance Should be Left to the Pros

By Julie Jacobson · November 15, 2017 • When selling video surveillance systems to would-be DIYs, remind customers it's not just physical security to consider, but also data security, given all the cybersecurity hacks out there, especially through IP cameras.

ADT Acquires Datashield; Forms ADT Cybersecurity

By CE Pro Editors · November 14, 2017 • ADT Cybersecurity will target commercial clients with 'rapid response' network security in addition to physical security systems.

5 Little Password Tips to Secure Your Clients’ Networks

By Jason Knott · October 31, 2017 • Cybersecurity expert outlines five best ways to create hard-to-crack passwords for home networks.

Hikvision Launches Dedicated Cybersecurity Hotline for Video Surveillance Users, Contractors

By CE Pro Editors · October 25, 2017 • Following Internet hacks through susceptible video-surveillance products from numerous manufacturers, Hikvision establishes dedicated line for cybersecurity concerns.

Eero Bundles Cybersecurity, Remote Network Monitoring for Smart-Home Pros

By CE Pro Editors · September 7, 2017 • Home-technology integrators get a “share of the economics” when they add Eero Plus cybersecurity service to Eero mesh-networking solutions.

CommandScape is High-End, Cybersecure Home-Automation System from Netscape Founder Jim Clark

By Julie Jacobson · August 22, 2017 • Cybersecurity at core of CommandScape, a building-management and home-automation manufacturer launched by Netscape founder Jim Clark, and run by former ADT exec. Don Boerema. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)

CEDIA Q&A: CUJO Brings Unique IoT Network Security to San Diego

By CE Pro Editors · August 17, 2017 • CUJO's mission is to protect homes and users against the growing threats of home hacking. See the IoT security solution at CEDIA 2017 in booth #739.

Failed Firmware Update Takes Down 500 LockState Smart Locks

By Steve Karantzoulidis · August 16, 2017 • Smart lock vendor LockState accidentally bricks its own locks through a failed automatic firmware update. More than 500 customers using model 6000i RemoteLocks were impacted.

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