Today’s lifestyles are more connected than ever – from our smartphones to our smart homes, it is easier than ever to get more done with our devices. However, as our connectivity grows, so, too, can our concerns around maintaining peace of mind when using connected device ecosystems.
Understanding that security and privacy are top priorities for its users, Samsung Electronics is taking its device security experiences to the next level with the upcoming solution, Samsung Knox Matrix at this year’s Samsung Developer Conference (SDC).
From A to Z: Understanding Today’s Device Ecosystems
Samsung believes protection must be collaborative, end-to-end and in real-time, so that our approach is constantly evolving to stay ahead of threats and keep our users safe. That’s why Samsung smart devices are protected by the Samsung Knox security platform, which provides defense-grade security certified for use by the many top government agencies around the world.
Nowadays, more than ever before, we are able to enjoy seamless connectivity and operation as we go about our daily tasks and routines, be it undertaking a work task, enjoying a workout or winding down at the end of the day.
However, while the device ecosystems we harness daily do make things more convenient, one can never be totally free of worries around the potential security threats that exist simply due to the internet connectivity of one’s devices. After all, if just one device is compromised, all others are at risk. Multi-device protection is the next battlefront for security and privacy.
This is why Samsung has come up with Samsung Knox Matrix, a revolutionary concept for multi-device protection with next level security.
Samsung Knox Matrix: Powered by Device Connectivity
Samsung Knox Matrix will function as a user’s own private blockchain system, wherein your connected devices enhance security through multi-layered mutual monitoring. In order to protect user's smart home from unauthorized access and to make the login process more convenient, Samsung Knox Matrix will share credentials device-to-device and protect sensitive information even between trusted devices. Whether your Samsung devices are based on Android, Tizen, or other OS, Samsung Knox Matrix will be able to provide a unified security SDK. With all that, Samsung will continue to advance common security standards for across various Samsung connected devices.
With Samsung Knox Matrix, we envision that users need not compromise on their connectivity in order to stay protected. Samsung Knox Matrix is set to provide the devices within a user’s ecosystem with fewer vulnerabilities through strong, diverse security practices1.
With Samsung Knox Matrix in your back, a smartphone streaming to a TV or connected to an air conditioner become more secure.
Stay tuned to learn more about Samsung Knox Matrix and its security approach designed for today’s connected world.
1 Samsung Knox Matrix cannot guarantee complete protection against all vulnerabilities within a user’s connected device ecosystem.
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