Ring not supporting the latest security standards like WPA3 is disconcerting. WPA3 came out in January 2018, long before Ring Gen2 came out, and Ring still doesn’t support it.
@james72 WPA3 isn’t widely rolled out to a lot of consumer or ISP supplied routers as of yet. Higher end kit will have it but its not fully mainstream yet. More security is always good and Ring will likely move to support it when it is more widely used.
Routers that support WPA3 also support older WPA/WPA2, so Ring should not hide behind the statement that “WPA3 isn’t widely rolled out to a lot of consumer or ISP supplied routers as of yet”. Security-based systems such as Ring should be leading with secure connectivity, not lagging it.
@Razor19 There are very few client devices which support it and I am not aware of any in the security space such as alarms with an WiFi component on the alarm panel which do. No doubt there will be some products somewhere but WPA3 is still really new and is no where near industry standard yet.