More and more, with the growth of the IoT (Internet of things), we are adding to our network. Don’t take me wrong, being able to see who is at your front door, or adjusting your thermostat on the way home is great, but these things need Internet access. Unfortunately, these end-points or nodes aren’t always secure. In fact, there was a case where Ring Doorbell had a vulnerability that if someone had access to the doorbell unit they could get your Wi-Fi password, which would give them access to your whole network. Some brands, like Ring, are on top of it and patch known issues quickly, but some—not so much. My suggested solution is network segregation. This could include using a guest network on your wireless router, or multiple routers and segregated networks via multiple devices. In my case, I went overkill with the latter option—someone commented on the number of routers I have in place. The idea of network segregation is even if someone has access to one of your IoT devices, it should not bounce over to your home network. So if you use IoT devices and want to segregate your network but don’t know how, give me a call.