khaskhabar.com : Saturday, 09 July 2022 4:16 PM
New Delhi . As nation-state bad actors infiltrate the devices of high-profile users through government spyware such as NSO Group’s Pegasus and now the Android-based ‘Hermit’, Samsung treats users’ secrets as state secrets. and providing chip-level security to protect their personal and other sensitive information. An executive of a top global company has given this information.
Our smartphones hold some of our most valuable information such as personal ID, financial details, location and health data, personal and professional interactions, app usage and more.
According to Dr Seungwon Shin, VP and Head of Security, Samsung Electronics, hackers know that smartphones can serve as an entry point for our personal identities, finances, personal accounts and mobile users through malware, phishing and more. has increased its attacks.
“So it has never been more important to keep our users and their data safe,” he said during a virtual meeting.
“We protect every single level of device with hardware-backed security,” Dr. Shin said.
For security, Samsung has created an operating system ‘Tigris’ that allows partners to use hardware cryptography, encryption and access control for a more secure app experience.
The company also conducts integrity checks of key security parts and functions to prevent unauthorized software from being loaded into the device.
“Our patented real-time kernel protection and DEFEX are among the only technologies to prevent any critical actions that could compromise the device while it is operating,” explained Dr. Shin.
According to him, it all starts with safety.
Dr. Shin said, “Because without strong security there is no privacy. The only way to truly protect users’ privacy is to ensure that their data never falls into the wrong hands. So everything we do is To keep them and their information safe.
Samsung has rolled out up to four generations of One UI and Android OS upgrades on select Galaxy devices.
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