It seems that the in gifts for adults these days are Smart Devices Gifts. Alexa Echo, Nest thermostat, door lock, etc. BUT when hackers find their way into these Smart devices, they have an open window to connect to bank accounts, computer files, financial information–all via these IoT systems. And you may not even realize it is happening.

Around 2am one morning, our Alexa Dot started playing music. It sounded like someone had a party going on but forgot to let my husband and I in on it. All we heard was LOUD music playing. We got out of bed, went into our living room to see where the music was coming from, and found it was Alexa. We told her to stop and she did. When I was awake, I went into Alexa’s history to figure out what Alexa heard at 2am. It was some man, not my husband telling her to play music! It was freaky and we never figured out how that happened and I’m happy it hasn’t happened again!

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I’d like to introduce you to the Akita watchdog.

This device connects to a LAN port on any home router (not inline) and detects any unwanted crypto-activity or break-in attempts into the network. It blocks them immediately so no hacker can exploit a home network. This is the best gift for smart devices you can give anyone! It is available on Amazon.

Akita scans your network for any unusual activity and then immediately shuts it down. While letting you know an attempt was made to invade your privacy. Akita uses military-grade security protection that’s been retrofitted for homes.

You don’t leave the front door open, so why is your smart home network not monitored?

Corporate Level Security
There’s no such thing as too secure. Akita regularly updates to stay on the cutting edge.

Works Worldwide
Hackers don’t care where you are in the world, so we’ve got your back no matter where you live.

Always On
Akita stays alert 24/7, ensuring nothing suspicious goes on, even when you’re sleeping or away.

Protects Your Privacy
We don’t use the Deep Packet Inspection(DPI) method. Your personal data stays private. Akita architecture doesn’t even enable us to access it.

Disclaimer:

I received the product(s) mentioned above free of charge in exchange for inclusion to my gift guide. I have not received financial compensation for this post. ONLY the product is payment. This disclosure is in accordance with Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

Be sure to check out more of our reviews and our 2019 Holiday Gift Guide

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