Cyber crime is a growing disease


annually lost to cybercrime


daily cyber attacks on home and families


increase of civilian cyberattacks since 2020


of IoT attacks come from infected wi-fi routers


smart home and devices are attacked each week

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for a hacker to enter a smart home or IoT device

Humanity's greatest threat

The challenge of home network cybersecurity

Crime on the rise
The FBI received over 2,000 internet crime complaints daily in 2020, with a 300% increase in cyberattacks since COVID-19. (FBI, 2020; The Hill, 2020). 53% of adults do not know how to protect against cybercrime. 83% want more privacy protection, but 47% do not know how to get it. (Norton,2021)
Passwords fail
91% know the risks of reusing passwords, but 66% still do. (LastPass, 2020) Infected routers account for 75% of IoT attacks, and connected cameras for 15%. (Broadcom, 2019) IoT attacks are quicker than consumers can respond, with devices attacked within five minutes of being connected.
Data breaches are the new normal
Credentials and personal information are top targets. (Verizon 2022 Data Breach Investigations Report). Home routers, often protected by a single weak password, expose all connected devices to potential hacks.
The market fails to deliver protection
Hardware and software solutions must work together for robust protection. Hackers prefer to penetrate homes through IoT or smart devices instead of phones and computers. IoT devices are much easier to crack than a PC, which may have some built in anti-hacking features.
Security First: The Analogous Tale of Cybersecurity in Home Networking

Traditional routers are a fancy home without an alarm system.

Most consumer cybersecurity relies on software alone. For true protection, hardware and software must work together. Small businesses face a tough choice: hire an IT expert or use a standard home router. However, most can't afford dedicated IT support. As technology and AI evolve, cyber-attacks will become more sophisticated and damaging. This problem is only going to get worse.

It's time for home routers to change.

In 2024, home routers will transform, dedicating some of their power to cybersecurity instead of just speed. Like how PCs stopped being measured by GHz because speed alone became less relevant, home routers now have excess computing power. This power can be better used for cybersecurity, which is crucial. Rio is at the forefront of this paradigm shift.

The evolution of home routers.

There are over 80 million households and small businesses in the US using home routers. Over the past 20 years, we've seen 7 generations of Wi-Fi, averaging a new generation every 3 years. Each year, about 33 million home routers are upgraded to the latest technology, from 802.11 A to Wi-Fi 6.

The dark secret: Wi-Fi 7 is overkill.

Wi-Fi 7 is the next generation, offering speeds of 40+ Gbps. While impressive, most homes have internet speeds under 1 Gbps. For context, high-resolution video calls need just 2 Mbps. 40 Gbps is more than most homes will use or need. In addition, no current personal computer can wirelessly transmit at these high speeds.

Meet the future of Wi-Fi.

Cyberattacks are increasing, Rio has you and your families back.

Our innovative home router provides essential security features to protect your network and personal data, making advanced cybersecurity user-friendly, and affordable for all households and small businesses.

Rio includes enterprise-level security features found in high-end equipment from Cisco, Juniper, and Sierra, which cost thousands, and require ongoing IT support.

Now you can get the same protection, made easy, and at a fraction of what enterprises pay - with Rio.