Could your smart home be hacked in Denver? The simple response is "rarely”. A smart home system from a tech-savvy installer like Vivint incorporates high-level encryption and cyber-security measures to keep your system safe. Only advanced cyber criminals with a lot of time and patience will be successful. Hackers normally go after easier targets and a home security system isn't typically on the smart hacker's to-do list.
The manner in which Vivint keeps you safe from smart home hackers in Denver
Vivint makes the installation of residential security and home automation systems effortless due to the benefits of convenient wireless networks. Consequently, the avoidance of wired connections can lead to more concerns about cyber-security. Fortunately, Vivint components offer effective safeguards that help thwart a hacker. Here are just a few ways Vivint protects you:
● 1024-bit encryption: Supposedly, 1024-bit encryption can be hacked, but it will take an abundance of time and effort to bypass. The vast majority of thieves are not going to devote the time, energy, and money to get through this level of encryption.
● Masked IP addressing:It’s hard to hack a system you aren’t able to locate. Vivint takes pride in keeping your smart home isolated by masking your IP address to the rest of the world.
● Frequent updates: Your home security equipment should strive to be one step ahead of the hackers by issuing consistent software and firmware updates.