Posted on Dec 6, 2018
Highland Risk Services
IoT (or “Internet of Things”) devices are everywhere. Billions of physical devices connect to the internet now, from wearables (like step counters or exercise trackers) to smart light bulbs, doorbells, cars and even airplanes. During the dawn of inexpensive processors and WiFi, IoT devices began with RFID chips added to expensive items to track them in the event they were lost or stolen. That technology has advanced rapidly, allowing consumers to outfit nearly every aspect of their lives with “smart” devices.