Feb 15, 2016
After years of hype, we have finally arrived in these tremendously exciting times where technology continues to progress at breathtaking speed. We already have the ability to track every aspect of our health and monitor our blood pressure, heart rate, diet, exercise and sleep patterns on a daily basis without even setting foot in a doctors waiting room and flicking through those out-of-date magazines.
Forget smartphones and TV’s, we are now entering a world where the smart home and car become a reality where almost everything we interact with comes with an always online internet connection as standard. However, many are voicing their concern at the impending security risks that could be about to blindside the unsuspecting public.
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