Earlier this year, the public discovered that Ring (the home-security and smart-home company owned by Amazon) had provided every single one of their employees and Ukraine based third-party contractors with access to the video footage of their customers (all were unencrypted and stored on Ring’s network. And even though they were aware of the security lapses, they (Ring) also failed to control or prevent multiple types of cyber attacks. The footage also included interior cameras in bedrooms of children. The fallout was catastrophic!
The recent litigation against Ring shines a spotlight on how improving network security affects public safety.
This begs the question, if the big companies and corporations are failing to provide adequate security measures… who is protecting the little guys?
Security as a Network Necessity
In an ever evolving digital climate, the need for cybersecurity has become an issue of paramount importance. Statistically speaking, in the time that it would take to read this article, at LEAST 2 people have been successfully attacked online, leaving their personal and financial information vulnerable to exploitation. So, it’s concerning, but not surprising that 90% of Americans are worried about being hacked. These concerns are constantly validated by the 2,200 people that are being hacked on a daily basis .
9 out of 10 people are worried about being hacked and at least 3 out of 10 experience it EVERY YEAR!
In 2020, the pandemic ushered in an era of unprecedented identity theft. According to Cybersecurity Ventures, cybercrime is slated to create up to an annual global cost of $10.5 Trillion. To put that number in perspective, The United States has a GDP of $23.3 Trillion.
Cybercrimes have increased so significantly, the need for network security is no longer an insurance policy… it’s a necessity!
Spot On Rises to Meet the Challenge
For the better part of 20 years Spot On Networks has been rising to meet the increasing needs of its customers. By providing a nearly failsafe triple redundancy security coverage using it’s patented UserSafe® Technology, Spot On is able to provide unparalleled user experience, robust security, as well as guaranteed coverage. Spot On Networks offers a stylish solution to the problem of separate and secure individual networks.
Key Features of UserSafe®
Client, Data, and Network Isolation
Every individual user has a digital security bubble with UserSafe®, where they are isolated and untouched by all other users on the network. Every download, every email, every browsing session remains private… the way it should be.
UserSafe® leaves no stone unturned in its mission to safeguard user information. It employs advanced encryption mechanics to encrypt user data.
UserSafe® enables devices, internet applications, or even specific residential units to be securely segregated from one another. This allows for a property wide managed network to be able to be used by many internet use cases in a secure way.
Seamless User Experience
At Spot On Networks, we believe that a great user experience shouldn’t come at the expense of cybersecurity. UserSafe® provides an uninterrupted and seamless browsing experience while simultaneously protecting the user from all manner of digital attacks. There are no changes or interruptions to the user accessing the network.
Spot On Network’s patented UserSafe® technology is a giant leap in the evolution of network security. It transforms properties into digital security fortresses, boosting property values and providing peace of mind to tenants. It provides a level of network security that takes the strain off of IT teams of monitoring the network daily. In short, UserSafe® is the digital shield against evolving cyber threats!