The U.S. has the highest number of child-related deaths in the world, according to the World Health Organization, which cites a report from the Institute of Medicine as the source of the data.
That makes home-grown threats a growing concern for Americans, even if most people are unaware of them.
But according to a new report from Home Security Intelligence, a New York-based firm that helps businesses manage their home security, home-busting hackers may not be as hard to detect as they might first appear.
The firm, which is based in California, examined the data collected by Home Security Insider, an annual report on the state of home security that has gathered data from more than 1,000 companies and agencies.
The report found that home-security security systems are increasingly being hacked, but that it’s not clear how many people are victimized by home-stalking.
“While it is true that home security systems have increased in popularity, they have also become more vulnerable to home-style intrusions,” the report says.
“This increase in home-oriented intrusions is a growing problem for the home security industry, as it increases the likelihood that a potential attacker could obtain an access token and gain access to the system.”
For example, hackers could potentially access your home network using a browser and use it to log in to your computer and potentially steal your passwords.
In addition, home security cameras are often vulnerable to being compromised.
“These devices have the ability to store and transmit a variety of information that can be used to identify and compromise the system, including passwords, credit card information, etc.,” the report said.
“Hackers could then use this information to gain access or compromise the systems or other data.”
Home Security Analytics, a subsidiary of Home Security Insight, found that more than 3,000 organizations across the country had security vulnerabilities in at least one of their home systems.
While there were some commonalities in the vulnerabilities, the report found several weaknesses that can allow attackers to bypass existing defenses.
One example of the vulnerabilities included an issue in the way the cameras communicate with the internet.
Home Security Insights says it’s working to address the problem, but it’s also encouraging companies to look at ways to reduce the chances of their systems being compromised or even compromised by an intruder.
“Home security systems that are not secured with a security camera, like those that are installed in kitchens, bathrooms, or garages, could be the target of attack by attackers who could obtain a unique access token, which can be transmitted to their own home network and then use that access token to compromise the devices,” the firm said.
Home security systems, such as security cameras, can store information on their users such as passwords, and even information on the devices they’re connected to.
For example to monitor and analyze traffic, an intruder could use a camera or other device to log into the camera and access its microphone.
In this scenario, the intruder could potentially use the microphone to listen in on a user’s conversations or record conversations.
Home devices are also vulnerable to a number of other security flaws.
Home systems that connect to the internet can be breached by someone with a remote access tool.
“Remote access devices, which are typically connected to the Internet, can be exploited to record, monitor, and log in any user or system that is connected to that Internet service,” the Home Security report says, adding that home devices connected to wireless networks also could be hacked.
If a home security system is connected via a network that has a backdoor or firewall, it could also be vulnerable to attack.
“The remote access device could access the system remotely, gain control of it, and remotely execute malicious code to gain root access or other privileges,” the company says.
A home security network can also be breached using software vulnerabilities that let hackers get inside.
In some cases, attackers could use the remote access to access the network or take control of the system from a user without being logged in.
Home-based home intrusions have increased dramatically over the past decade.
According to Home Security, there were 6,000 home-related security breaches in 2016, which was a 39% increase over the same time period in 2015.
Home intrusion is more prevalent in households with young children.
According, there are more than 400 million children under the age of 18 living in the United States, which means there are approximately 2.3 million children who live in households where they’re home-bound and are unable to leave the house without being physically attacked.
That’s a rise of nearly 1 million children from a recent 10-year period, the firm says.
In the U.K., the number of home-invasion incidents for children has more than tripled in the past 10 years, and the Homeguard Association says home-attacks are on the rise, too.
HomeSecurityInsights has compiled data from home security vendors and services, and analyzed the data to determine which types of home intruders are the most prevalent.
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