When home owners purchase and install a home security system, they feel that their home is now secure from potential intruders, and other hazards from fire to carbon monoxide. Unfortunately, installation itself isn’t all that matters. Choosing the right security and the right monitoring service is also key. An excellent security system that no one is monitoring is no better than having none in the first place; or a system that can be easily hacked into or disabled is also a failure.
No security system is infallible – after all the technology involved in security systems can malfunction, and monitoring services are run by human beings who of course, are not perfect. But recent security failures have taken these standard risks to a whole new level of failure.
Whether its intruders depicted burglarizing a home on that homeowner’s security cameras – with no monitoring service or law enforcement response, and Continue reading