Chinese electronics firm Hangzhou Xiongmai is set to recall swathes of webcams after they were compromised by the Mirai botnet.
Mirai exploits the low security standards of internet-connected devices, from routers to webcams, and after enslaving them with malware uses their network connections to launch DDoS attacks, such as that hobbling Dyn's DNS services last week.
Ironic means something is the opposite of the way you'd expect. I'd say this is slightly ironic.
It means a little more than that, that's the new "hipster" definition that people starting using because actual irony was too hard and they wanted to be able to call coincidental things ironic to sound cool. But it is completely incorrect both as a linguistic usage and, in the way that you are attempting to use it, it is not at all ironic, it is at best coincidental - it is used in a very expected way, not in any way surprising or unexpected or opposite, in a way that coincidentally has something to do with you.
It's actually so expected and so unrelated to you, that even calling it coincidence is a stretch and for something to be irony requires coincidence and then a cause/effect inverted intention relationship. This lacks all three requirements for irony. The coincidence piece is just a word appearing in one place that also appears in another. That's stretching coincidence to the limit. That's like saying that you went to the grocery store today and... so did some other people! What a coincidence!