Gartner forecasts that there will be 4.9 billion connected things globally in 2015, reaching 25 billion by 2020– more than three times the number of people on earth today. Do we actually think that the data generated from the three gadgets that every man woman and child on earth will possess or use will NOT subject us to some form of threat or intrusion? Not to be negative mind you, but today many of us lock our doors, secure our phones and computers with passwords, and take efforts- however minor – to protect our identities, property, and things we care about.
As the world continues to expand, we will want to conduct ourselves openly – and with greater transparency – than any time in the history of mankind. With openness comes expectations of trust, security, and honesty. So why not create simple and effective methods to exclude clutter, intrusions, unwanted attention, and uninvited contact?
The possibilities for transparent privacy and security are endless and have created a tremendous opportunity for cost-effective products and services that will augment the systems we currently use – those that have not yet provided and environment where we can lead our lives without digital graffiti.
Thanks to our friends at SafeJunction