Vivian Susko

Digital parenting in the smart home era: 2021 Minim outlook

COVID-19 has left a massive digital footprint, transforming the way people communicate and connect with one another; screen time increased by an average of two hours per day in adolescents and young adults around the world, with reports of higher stress levels and decreased physical activity to boot. While technology allows the younger generation to stay connected, it also leaves them more ...

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Caleb McKee

How to delight subscribers with a secure user experience

An exceptional user experience is more important to smart home cybersecurity than you might think; research shows that two-thirds of mobile purchases are abandoned due to poor usability and frustration with design. As Minim's CMO Nicole Zheng explained at CES’s panel on building the new home service bundle back in January, the ISPs who get it right will start delivering value-added services that ...

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Samantha Albano

Behind the scenes with Lyrebirds, the team who discovered Cable Haunt

Minim's podcast series is back! Joining us in the latest episode of The Signal is Kasper Terndrup of Lyrebirds, the cybersecurity consultancy that uncovered the Cable Haunt vulnerability.

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Tyler Pack

How can I tell if my smart camera has been hacked?

Despite the many security incidents seen with smart cameras last year (read about the Nest account hacks, Blink vulnerabilities, and latest hacking incident with Ring), such devices continue to be found in the smart home.

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Sam Stelfox

Smart home cybersecurity news roundup [December 2019 edition]

The holidays are a notorious time to buy the latest tech. With an expected $97 billion spent on tech gifts this holiday season, staying up-to-date on the latest smart home cybersecurity news stories has become even more important. The stories that caught our attention this month were on the Blink camera and Ruckus router vulnerabilities.

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Tyler Pack

Smart home security system market trends for 2020

The smart home technology market is developing at a breakneck pace. The International Data Corporation (IDC) predicts double-digit growth, starting at an estimated $53.45 billion, in the market through 2023.

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