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this thirteen year old has a common consumer drone to expose yes another vulnerability of the so called internet of things the emerging markets feel small to what connected devices from wristwatches your refrigerator and famine stopped , in this dump after five security conference ribbon poll was able to fly the drone access it's camera and its data minute you great devices already exists to block and in some cases high tech drones the poll was able to do the show from his laptop he says the train had limited security protocols and pull said to the real worry is how quickly and easily someone could retrieve a sensitive information from any of your devices these protocols in these technologies are not only limited to the drone is limited to the entire internet of things in the internet of things is just a network of connected physical devices through an internet protocol so you're smart homes your your smart devices you're smart toys all of this is connected and this is the technology that's going to be going into future devices such as Thomas cars flying cars things like this so if you don't secure it now then %HESITATION can activity without controls can become catastrophic cyber security providers estimate there were seven billion internet connected devices in the wells and they expect that number to rise including the popularity of incidents reliance smart devices