From Facial Recognition Doorbells to Anti-Theft Travel Bags

By: Katherine Pendrill - Jan 14, 2016
The CES 2016 security innovations range from family-friendly products such as facial recognition doorbells to ultra-personal items such as anti-theft travel bags. Indeed, the security innovations on display at CES 2016 reveal that consumers are increasingly concerned with their own safety, as well as the safety of those around them.

In terms of home security solutions, CES 2016 saw a number of new and improved systems on display. For example, a number of companies gave their security cameras a high-tech upgrade in the form of night vision, 4K video monitoring and extended field of view. These features give consumers new tools to help keep their home and their family safe from potential intruders.

The CES 2016 security innovations also reveal a growing demand for technology that can help consumers protect their data. For example, the Faraday Privoro is a hacker-proof smartphone case that helps consumers protect their mobile device from cell phone towers, Wi-Fi hotspots, Bluetooth technology and radio frequency technologies. Another interesting personal security innovation is Kensington's line of SecureTrek travel bags, which helps consumers keep their devices safe while traveling.