Only 15% of British families use specialised software to secure smart home devices

Only 15% of British families use specialised software to secure smart home devices

Only 15% of British families use software to protect smart home devices

Even though an average British family owns as many as five smart home devices, a very small percentage of users take active steps to secure such devices from hacking attacks, and a majority of those who do use anti-virus and anti-malware protections do so only to protect their desktop devices.

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