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Elderly care as well as enhance the quality of life for seniors, the users must be supplied with a lot of personal information about their homes and personal lives. This promising technology is being blocked by results in security and privacy. With the intent to empower end users, we did semi-struct interviews with 42 potential new and novice Smart Home customers. The issues they were concerned with focused on were connected around attacks on Smart Home data and devices, as well as the effect on users in general, to the importance of keeping their functionality balanced with the expectations of the people in their surroundings. In addition, we use measures from an interdisciplinary point of view to deal with the four topics The paper concludes with a few ideas for dealing with users' concerns, along with ideas for supporting application developers in crafting effective user-oriented digital assistants.