The 2013 International CES was host to plenty of exciting exhibits to choose. Revenues for consumer electronics are expected to keep growing to new record levels! At the show, over 20,000 new products were launched from more than 3,250 exhibitors, making it a sure bet that there is something for everyone being revealed. There’s always a lot of excitement for CES because it’s often a first look at the years’ best new innovations.
Going Wireless in More Ways
There were more than 1,200 exhibitors showing off their wireless technology this year. Wireless technology is taking center stage at CES this year, including new and improved smartphones and tablets, making it more important than ever that people understand how to protect their information and identity when using these devices.
Want a Wireless Hidden Camera to Protect Your Home? Plus 5 Other Legitimate Reasons you Might Want A Wireless Hidden Camera
With new wireless cameras making set up easier than ever, here are five reasons/situations you might want to look into setting up your own wireless hidden camera.
Protecting your home There are so many hidden wireless camera devices that are made to look like household items. Even if a criminal or thief thinks they can outsmart your security system, having a wireless camera set up ensures you can catch them on camera, and have proof to hold against them in court.
In an age of wireless technologies, shrinking sizes, and more than ever fear about people spying on us, it’s important to realize that while hidden cameras can be placed anywhere and so should be some cause for concern, there are also many legitimate reasons for hidden cameras.
By asking yourself if you have a legitimate reason, you will avoid any guilt (caused sometimes) from the stories we all too often hear about. These stories are usually something along the lines of a neighbor using a hidden camera to spy on someone while they are getting dressed, showering, etc. Continue reading Wireless Hidden Security Cameras→
In this interview, Paul Herbka, VP of South Seas Corporation, based out of Colorado, USA, answers the question: “How does encryption work.”
He also helps to understand everything from file and data encryption to WEP Encryption, and talks about a variety of the software and security solutions available in the market today.
Take a listen to the interview, and/or read the transcript below.