Airports, public WiFi networks, hotels, cafes and anywhere else people gather in the course of their daily activities - all are honeypots for hackers, criminals, and creeps. They are there to steal our information, rob us of our identification, hijack our banking and financial information, and even track our movements in order to commit a more traditional offense, such as robbery or assault, at a future time and location they determine optimal for their plan to succeed. It's done by tapping the signals that are constantly emitted from our technology, even when not in use, and collecting the information that flows in and out. Wearable security accessories provide a self-contained cyber-safe-zone by blocking signals and shielding personal technology, rendering computers and devices undetectable and effectively taking our digital activity off the radar of the cyber criminal. In this post, we take a look at the technology of wearables, the benefits it provides, and some new products recently introduced from an emerging leader in the field.
Hackers and cyber criminals use an assortment of techniques to steal your information and put your digital and physical security at risk even when you are not actively using your technology.