Sonos One this product meets our minimum security standards
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Sonos One

Review Date 10/23/19

Sonos One takes the sound quality of Sonos speakers and adds in voice control via Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant for a smart speaker that sounds smart too. Play music, set alarms, ask questions, get answers, pretend like you don't live alone, all with this humidity resistant little speaker that won't freak out during a hot shower in your bathroom. It's not the cheapest smart speaker on the market, but audiophiles will likely approve.

Minimum Security Standards

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Overall Security Rating
5/5 star
Encryption
Yes
Encrypts the device itself and communications with cloud services.
Security updates
Yes
Automatic updates are enabled by default.
Strong password
Yes
Do you have to create a strong password?
Manages vulnerabilities
Yes
Sonos does not have an official bug bounty program, but invites responsible disclosure of security bugs.
Privacy policy
Yes
Does it have a privacy policy?

Can it snoop on me?

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

How does it handle privacy?

How does it share data?
Sonos says it does not share your personal data with third parties for commercial or marketing purposes.
Can you delete your data?
Yes
User friendly privacy info?
Yes
Sonos' privacy policy is written in fairly simple language but could be more accessible.
Links to privacy information
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What could happen if something went wrong

Sonos does a pretty good job with privacy and security. Still, with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant built in, Amazon or Google could assume you are depressed based on the sad music you are listening to and send you lots of ads for self-help books.

How to contact the company

Phone Number (800) 680-2345
Live Chat None
Twitter SonosSupport

Updates

Misconfigured Networks Vulnerable to PewDiePie Prank
Sonos
We've been investigating a small number of households with improperly configured networks, such that Sonos players and other devices become accessible from the Internet, and someone instigated a prank to play a message in support of YouTube star PewDiePie on those systems.

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