Consumer offerings for smart home IoT devices continue to proliferate. Smart home IoT devices promise to simplify common household tasks through intelligent automation, as well as improved communication and user experience. These devices are manufactured and customized by a wide variety of vendors, many of which with insecurity software and configuration. Thus, each new device attached to the home network increases the uncertainty of the computing environment. In this talk, we discuss the potential for software defined networking (SDN) to classify and enforce network profiles on smart home IoT devices. We describe our preliminary findings and highlight the challenges and opportunities for improving home network security.