During the last three years the use of smart devices for personal area networks (PAN) has increased dramatically. People are now wearing not only smart watches and fitness trackers, but also smart glasses and bionic chips. Digital personal assistants will force their owners to live healthily and take care of themselves. Government institutions will make use of them to try to influence and control the general public. Cybercriminals too will focus on PAN devices and discover critical vulnerabilities to encrypt personal data and claim ransoms.