Ring Announces New Security Protocols After Customer Complaints of Account Hacks

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Ring Announces New Security Protocols After Customer Complaints of Account Hacks

Ring Announces New Security Protocols After Customer Complaints of Account Hacks

After customer complaints of account hacks, Ring is making two-factor authentication mandatory and is considering allowing users to opt out of sharing their data with third-party companies.

In response tohighly publicized complaintsfrom customers about their Ring cameras being hacked, the Amazon-owned companyannounced new security protocolson Tuesday that will make their products more secure for customers.

Ring is now making two-factor authentication mandatory for all users when they log into their accounts. Each time a customer logs in, the company will send a code through an email or phone number associated with the account. The six-digit code -- which many consumers have become familiar with through other websites -- will add an extra layer of security to Ring accounts, making it harder for hackers to gain control of the account and its devices.

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