Staying safe online and at home
Stay connected · May 1, 2020
As we all adjust to new ways of working and keeping our families engaged and entertained at home during COVID-19, many of us are increasingly relying on online and smart home services. Here are some ways you can stay safer online and in your home.
Protect your devices from online threats
You’re likely taking more video calls. Streaming more entertainment. And definitely shopping more online. But are you doing it all securely?
Protect your private information
From paying bills to shopping, you’re most likely doing it online during this time of physical distancing. But as the COVID-19 crisis continues, so does the growth in cybercriminal activity. Now, more than ever, you need to be extra mindful of protecting your private information online.
Keep an eye on your home and energy costs
You’ve made your online life more secure during COVID-19. Now, what about your physical home? Here are ways that
Receiving more deliveries than before? Practice physical distancing with the doorbell camera. Use it as an intercom and receive packages without opening the door.
Household busier than usual? Get alerted to what's going on around your home with indoor and outdoor cameras and security devices.
Saving money on home insurance sound good? Save up to 20% on your home insurance premiums by adding our smart home security system in your home.
Have the whole family at home 24/7? Keep an eye on your kids and pets – indoors and out – even while you’re working from home. Even replay that driveway hockey 7th game overtime goal from your phone.
Love maximum convenience? Adjust lighting in your home and make sure your doors are locked from the comfort of your bed or couch.
Want to be more energy smart? Automate your lights to dim or shut off at bedtime with our smart bulbs, smart plugs, and motion sensors.
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