I'd be very careful about using keyless locks.
Most of the net linked keyless products are very easily hacked. I mean embarrassingly easy to hack. Really.
" If you buy the RF module it can connect to home automation solutions, I used it with Smartthings for a while before Samsung ruined Smartthings. I imagine it integrates with other home automation solutions just as well. Once integrated with a home automation solution you can do things like unlock with phone or 'unlock when'. I've always thought something like 'unlock when my nest cam detects it's my face at the door' would be pretty cool, but still very much on my to-do list!!"
This would be a hackers dream. A pile of not very secure stuff interlinked on a home network. What could possibly go wrong?
I am afraid that goes for almost all net connected system from heating controllers to CCTV. There isn't unfortunately any accepted standard for security. And the problem is that hacking attempts get more and more sophisticated and vulnerabilities better and better known. The better companies will employer PEN (Penetration Testers) and publish the summary of the results.
Firstly I would check with your insurers if any of the product are approved by them.
That way, if something does go wrong, you do have some cover in place.
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