Is Z-Wave secure?

Yes, a Z-Wave network has a unique ID that it assigns to every device in the network, and that ID is different for every hub so your neighbor’s hub can’t control your devices.

When an extra level of security is needed, such as for door locks and other high-security devices, Z-Wave has another level of security which uses AES128 encryption at the same level that major banks use to protect financial information. Z-Wave AES encryption is supported by most Z-Wave hubs today and is required on all hubs with the Z-Wave Plus mark on them

 

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