Parents often find themselves tempted to buy the greatest and latest gadgets for their children, but if these toys are “connected” or “smart toys” they’ll need to take additional measures.
With the Holidays behind us, your children might have a few connected toys in their possession. A handful of these new age toys are WiFi and App compatible, which automatically brings the concern of cyber security into account. This unavoidable emergence of “smart toys” is the new modernized industry standard, but parents need to be aware of the security concerns.
These new smart toys usually include, but are not limited to: camera use, voice recognition, audio recording, Internet capabilities, video and more! With what seems like harmless features could lead people into a rude awakening, as they may be putting their kids and family’s personal data at risk.
Parents need to understand that these features can make your “smart toy” hack-able. That new