Many IoT devices — also known as the Internet of Things — don’t receive regular updates like a computer or a smartphone would. That includes everything from the smart lock on your front door to the security camera in your child’s room or even your living room TV. When you think of security breaches and personal data leaks, you might imagine someone breaking into a huge database somewhere that contains the information of millions of users. While this certainly happens more often than any of us would like it to, personal data breaches can happen much closer to home than you might think.
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