The cybersecurity industry is bracing for a new round of hackers who are likely to try to steal the keys to your house from the inside, according to a report by the US House of Representatives Committee on Homeland Security.
The US House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, a government watchdog, is expected to release its report Thursday on the security of the nation’s home security systems, which include home security doors, alarm systems and security systems for appliances.
The committee also has been working with the National Association of Realtors to examine how home security technologies are being used by people and businesses.
The report will focus on the use of home security devices by individuals, businesses and government, and will be used to determine if new security vulnerabilities exist in these systems.
The House panel will also investigate the state of cybersecurity and assess if the national level of security is adequate, the report said.
The report is expected before the end of the year.
It also includes an analysis of what the security industry is doing to address the growing problem of hackers gaining access through home security door locks and other devices.
It comes as the FBI has released new guidance for home security owners and renters to help prevent the unauthorized use of these devices, such as the ones that can be used by criminals to enter a person’s home and steal their personal data.
The FBI said in its guidance that home security equipment, such a home security system, locks and alarms are the “ultimate” entry points to a home and that they are the key to protecting against intruders.
Hackers could gain access to an intruder’s home through the home security device, the FBI said.
They could then use other devices, like a computer or a remote control, to gain entry into a person or property.
It is important to remember that these devices can be hacked, so the best way to protect your home is to protect the devices you use to enter your home.