‘Internet of Things’ Devices Have Their Security Risks. How Regulators Should Address Them.

Most Americans own some sort of “smart” device, whether it’s a smartphone, a smart thermostat, or a smart fitness tracker. These devices are benefiting Americans in countless ways, from helping them become more energy-efficient, to saving money and even tracking their health. But many of these devices can also pose a security risk to unsuspecting consumers.… Please follow and like us:

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Main Street Investor Confidence Hits New High: Survey

Eighty-five percent of retail investors in a new survey expressed confidence in U.S. capital markets, and in a clear message to the Trump administration and Capitol Hill, said actions in Washington would influence their decisions in the next year. The survey, a project of the Center for Audit Quality and The Glover Park Group, was conducted… Please follow and like us:

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