Americans fear having their home security cameras hacked

As more and more devices get connected to the Internet of Things, so their susceptibility to hacking increases too.

New research from Vormetric in conjunction with Wakefield Research shows that this is a concern for many people.

Most feared is the hacking of cars and home security cameras, both cited by 61 percent. In addition 52 percent thought a virtual personal assistant such as Amazon Echo would be vulnerable to hacking.

Read more: http://betanews.com/2016/07/28/fear-car-or-home-security-hacking/

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