The smart home of the future is now, and connected devices are increasingly changing the way we live. In fact, an estimate of 6.4 billion connected devices will be in use in 2016, according to research firm Gartner. So it’s only natural that the next step in connecting the home is securing it, too.

Israel-based cybersecurity company Dojo-Labs introduced Dojo, a simple piece of hardware that does the complex job of ensuring the privacy of all the devices in your home.

The Dojo’s cybersecurity engine uses machine learning and behavior tracking to collect and analyze metadata from your entire network of devices. It adds each device and monitors the activity to detect, alert and give users to take action upon, all threats. Read more…

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This sleek pebble promises to secure all of your smart home devices