The Internet of Things is still at an early adoption stage, but it's already changing the way that we live our lives. 2008 was the year there were more devices online than people. By the year
2019, it's estimated that 1.9 billion devices that connect homes to the Internet will be in place. That's 1.9 billion opportunities for hackers to get into your home. Steve
Weisman, a professor at Bentley University in Boston and the proprietor of Scamicide.com, explains the Internet of Things as any device that's connected to the Internet. "Your fridge can tell you when
it needs repairs," he says. "You can raise or lower the heat from afar. It can make a lot of things easier."
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