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From smart TVs to voice assistants, smart devices make our lives easier and more comfortable, but they also open up more ways for cybercriminals to enter our homes.

Did you know the average household owns 17 internet-connected devices?* From smart TVs to voice assistants, smart devices make our lives easier and more comfortable, but they also open up more ways for cybercriminals to enter our homes. 

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Follow our house rules for cyber security to help protect your family online. 

Start by making a list of all the internet-connected devices in your home, including PCs, laptops, tablets, mobiles, your Wi-Fi router/modem, smart TV, whitegoods, security cameras, heating and cooling systems, any wearables (like smartwatches or Fitbits), gaming consoles, speakers, baby monitors and children’s toys. 

* Telsyte Australian IoT @ Home Market Study 2018 

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