Users can avoid danger by disabling the radio functionality on the device via the set-up screen.
The energy savings that can be made by switching to LED lighting in the home are well known. It has been widely documented that low power, high efficiency LED luminaires can reduce power consumption by more than 80% when compared to traditional sources, such as halogen and incandescent. Less well understood is the fact that smart lighting controls can shave significantly more off the electricity bill. Smart control features, made possible through sensors and wireless networks, include automatic dimming, and turning off lights in unoccupied rooms.
The United States government has revealed that it has detected a rise in cyber criminal attacks on industrial control systems. The concern is that with leading manufactures and grid power producers’ early adoption of the industrial internet of things — and Industry 4.0 which are commercial and industry versions of the Internet of Things — sufficient safeguards have not been put in place to protect them from the internet.