Vivofit Jr 2 this product meets our minimum security standards
Garmin $69.99

Vivofit Jr 2

Review Date 10/23/19

An activity tracker designed for kids. What could go wrong? These wearables for kids ages 4+ come in cool designs from Star Wars, Disney's Frozen, to Spiderman and more. They sure sound fun. That is, until kids learn parents can track not just steps, movement, and sleep but also CHORES! Garmin's Vivofit Jr 2 connects to an app via Bluetooth. The app lets parents track whether or not kids have done their chores, if they've moved for 60 minutes a day, if they actually went to sleep when they were supposed to and dole out rewards if they have. Now Mom and Dad can be Big Brother too!
Minimum Security Standards
Uses encryption in transit and at rest. Wearable devices run over a secure Bluetooth connection from a mobile app.
Security updates
Strong password
In order to use the app, an account with a strong password is required.
Manages vulnerabilities
Garmin has a bug bounty program.
Privacy policy

Can it snoop on me?

Yes (app)
Tracks Location
Yes (app)

How does it handle privacy?

How does it share data?
With user consent, may use aggregated, de-identified data for analytics and product improvement.
Can you delete your data?
Parental controls?
Collects biometrics data?
Tracks steps, active minutes, and hours of sleep
User friendly privacy info?
Links to privacy information

What could happen if something went wrong

Garmin does meet our minimum security standards with this product and it does come with parental controls. However, the device tracks the activity and sleep of a child. Parents should ask themselves, "Is this information I want gathered and potentially accessible to others about my child?" Also, there is a good question to be raised about teaching young children that this level of digital surveillance in their lives is OK.

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