Mass produced anything precludes security
Mass produced devices of any type have a weakness - MASS.
All to takes is a criminal sharpy to hack a mass anything and the device is often defenceless.
A language student of mine is a car electronics technician and we use the service manuals, carefully presented in English, for an American designed automobile that is manufactured in China.
We ploughed through the boring suspension, engine and body manual sections and then we hit the electronics! In this manual were all the details needed to bypass, eliminate, all manner of electronic security ... for maintenance purposes only.
If I, albeit an electronics technician, can fathom the devices what can a dedicated, thieving, hacker do?
Even the good old cylinder locks are open book since there is a device you insert into a lock and, using induced frequency testing, can determine the lock characteristics in seconds. What hope is there?
My high-end TaiWan made motorcycle has a convenient multi-pin connector behind the rear number plate. This is used in production test and circumvents all the security provisions. Naturally I inserted switches in the power pin lines and the test connector is ineffective unless switched on - after removing the seat mounting storage box.
I also installed a 15 second timer in the fuel pump line which, unless a concealed contact is touched, stops fuel delivery to the engine. I also have a very noisy alarm which is triggered by motion and is loud enough to awaken any sleeping parking lot attendant.
Neither of these devices would have value except for the fact they are unique. THIS is what is missing from mass produced security devices.