Smart locks are the next frontier in IoT security tools. They're tough and convenient to use, making them an increasingly popular choice for both corporate and consumers.
First known keys in history were wooden sticks used some 6,000 years ago in Ancient Egypt and Babylon. Today, following the astonishing technological developments and digitization, so many things can be a key. Devices such as a card, a smartphone, or body parts including fingerprints, voice, or eyes can authorize users to access an area.
There's overwhelming research and evidence that security-compromised doors and windows are the most common ways intruders gain access to a property or vehicle.
Keys respond to one of the most fundamental human needs: Security. They protect homes, safeguard businesses, and fortify privacy. However, if acquiring access to one's most valuable belongings is as easy as a walk to the nearest key-cutting stand, are keys really fulfilling their raison d 'être?