Jabra Elite 85H this product meets our minimum security standards
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Jabra Elite 85H

Review Date 10/23/2019

As the headphone jack goes the way of the DoDo, wireless noise canceling headphones are where it's at these days. If you've got three hundred dollars to spend, Jabra's pretentiously named Elite 85H headphones come with 36 hours of battery life, rain resistance, custom music settings, access to all the voice assistants, and audio that they say adapts to your surroundings thanks to the eight--yes eight--built-in microphones. Sounds like a good way to shut out the world in style.

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Overall Security Rating
4.5/5 star
Uses encryption for the Bluetooth.
Security updates
Releases new firmware and enables the user to update their device via our app.
Strong password
The device pairs securely via Bluetooth, which does not require a password.
Manages vulnerabilities
Is there a system in place for managing security vulnerabilities?
Privacy policy
Does it have a privacy policy?

Can it snoop on me?

Device: No | App: No
Device: Yes | App: Yes
Tracks Location
Device: No | App: Yes

How does it handle privacy?

How does it share data?
Jabra says it does not share your data with third parties for commercial or marketing purposes, and that it never sells your data.
Can you delete your data?
User friendly privacy info?
Jabra's privacy policy is written in fairly simple language but could be more accessible.
Links to privacy information

What could happen if something went wrong

Generally there's not too much to worry about with these wireless headphones. Unless someone near you starts asking Alexa or Siri for something and your headphones respond to them. That could get weird.

How to contact the company