How to Secure Smart Home IoT Devices, Routers, and Smart Speakers

07 octobre 2021

Smart TVs, smart refrigerators, smart cameras, and other smart devices make life at home convenient, but if left unguarded, they can inadvertently expose homes to risks. This infographic shows basic recommendations for securing these devices.


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