Smart security cameras can monitor the boundaries of your property, as well as the home’s various entry points and inside the home itself.
Make sure your security cameras only record footage of your private property. If their range goes beyond your home, you’ll need to comply with data protection laws to protect members of the public who may be recorded. The same goes for employees within your home - you’ll need to inform them that you’ve got home security cameras in place.
Door and window opening sensors monitor suspicious activity around these vulnerable points on your home.
These smart sensors might be especially useful is you have large ground floor windows, garden doors or skylights that could act as entry points.
A smart video doorbell gives you more control over access to your home.
See who’s there using the smart video function and talk to whoever’s on the doorstep before you let them in. Cutting-edge facial recognition technology makes these a really great home security option!