If Criminals Turn on Your Lightbulb, What Can They See?
connect chip-driven lighting products and make them talk to one another and to broader networks. Thus, today’s Wi-Fi-powered lights can turn on or off on a schedule, when you enter a room, receive a Facebook message or when your favorite basketball team scores. But did you know that the light bulb was one of the first IoT gadgets to get hacked? Fortunately, the most notable hacks are the work of researchers