The issue of hacking is rarely out of the headlines, especially due to the recent spate of hackings targeting private photos of celebrities. The issue has become global news and sent the internet into a spin, whilst reminding us how vulnerable devices can be to hacking and that we can all become unsuspecting victims. Although hacking is generally associated with computers and phones, the number of Wi-Fi enabled devices that can be accessed without your say-so is staggering. From televisions to passenger planes, even the most unassuming device can, if accessed by the wrong people, be turned into something more sinister. Our latest infographic delves into the scariest side of hacking, with surveillance, theft and crashes some of the most chilling scenarios.