After latest hack, experts say smart home security systems stink at securing data

"Dr. Richard Forno, assistant director of the Center for Cybersecurity at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, told Digital Trends that these security systems leave a lot to be desired in terms of securing themselves, much less their customers. “You have to ask, are product companies doing basic Cyber 101-type security measures to make sure their costumer and priority data is protected? You have to at least do the basics,” Forno told DT. “The fact that we see so many data breaches these days shows that companies are not doing the basics, let alone their best, to minimize the breaches from happening.”"