Smart Toys Should Offer Warning Label
Earlier this month, Keloland featured a story, Smart Toys, Smart Hackers, regarding the dangers and accessibility of smart toys (toys that connect to the Internet). We thought it was worth sharing as it looks inside research at DSU and how easy it is for hackers to compromise your child’s playtime companions.
As one parent mentions, “Is the risk worth the reward?”
Internet safety is an ongoing conversation that TrioTel continues to be involved in. As a technology and communications company, we know that with the many, many benefits and opportunities the world wide web offers, it also increasingly provides risk. Our best advice? Do your homework. Stay actively involved with the toys and online sites your kids are interacting with. Teddy bear and all.
See the full story here:« Back to Blog