Over the past several years I have made many of my clients aware of the problems associated with devices that can invade their privacy. Surprisingly, people choose convenience over privacy.
Most people are well aware that using smart devices or internet connected devices can open you to privacy issues. After all, we’ve all seen news of espionage or peeping due to smart device hacking.
Many of these stories are about external cyber criminals who exploit loopholes in the system to gain access to security material or other personal information. Not many relate to security issues caused by employees of smart tech companies.
However, a current and frightening problem with hacking affects an employee of a security company. In this case, the employee used the customers’ security cameras to spy on women. Here’s what happened and who was attacked in the hack.
Here is the backstory
Earlier this month, Telesforo Aviles, a 35-year-old retired technician at security company ADT, …