1 Reply Latest reply: Jun 9, 2014 6:25 PM by Scott Dudoussat RSS

Is home automation secure?

Alan Moss Navigator

How do I keep others from inadvertently or purposefully accessing my automated controls?

  • Re: Is home automation secure?
    Wayfarer

    Leviton offers many options to access and control your Omni or Lumina automation system.  The applications that are designed for remote access and control use a secure 128-bit AES encrypted connection.  To give you a point of reference regarding AES encryption, if a supercomputer could break the DES (Data Encryption Standard) code in one second, it would take the same supercomputer 1 billion years to crack 128-bit AES encryption using a brute force attack. AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) is a block cipher encryption standard approved by that National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).