Samsung introduced Knox Guard for Enterprise Mobile Security

Samsung, the Electronics giant from Taiwan, has announced that it is official presenting its Knox Guard Enterprise Mobile Security platform to assist companies in placing a remote lock on devices to prevent data spill during thefts and reduce cyber risks.

To those uninitiated, Knox Guard is backed by a Knox Security platform emerging from the chipset hardware level. It reduces risks to corporate devices that have been lost, stolen or being fraudulently used, thus, acting as an additional protection against unauthorized access of features and data.

The entire purpose of Knox Guard is to completely block a user from using a protected device for illegal purposes.

And the best part is that an administrator can remove remotely the lock after the device does a two-way verification in a fresh manner.

Another highlight of Knox Guard is it prevents a user from putting a SIM card after it is locked and so by restricting functionalities such as taking phone calls, sending and receiving messages and restricting data usage, the purpose of the overall device becomes useless.

Samsung has committed to offer utmost security on its devices and its Knox Guard acts as the best example of proving its excellence.

Note- Soon, the Korea based electronics maker is all set to introduce a similar Knox Guard feature on all its Galaxy range of devices, thus cutting down risks and concerns related to frauds and thefts.


Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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