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[MWC 2014] Samsung Announces KNOX Updates, New KNOX Marketplace, And Other Security Enhancements

Samsung has announced a slew of improvements to its KNOX enterprise security product at this year's Mobile World Congress. For starters, users can now manage two separate secure containers per device, ideal for consultants with multiple clients or people who just want to better separate work data from personal files.

The total list of changes goes much deeper.

KNOX Updates:

  • Two separate secure containers per device, for example, for consultants who work for several companies or doctors who work for several clinics.
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Samsung Opens Up KNOX To Consumers, Available For 2014 Galaxy Note 10.1 And Note 3 At Launch, Support For SIII, S4, And Note II Coming Later

Samsung KNOX separates data and apps into containers, making it difficult for malware or intruders to gain access or cause damage where they aren't wanted, and it is integrated to a device's hardware and each individual level of the Android framework, making it a full-coverage solution. The software has been available to enterprises for some time now, alleviating concerns that Android isn't secure enough to protect corporate data and communications.

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[MWC 2013] Samsung Unveils KNOX, A Secure Enterprise Solution For Workplaces With A BYOD Policy

The push for BYOD (bring your own device) policies in workplaces has been on the rise for the last couple of years, but many corporations have frowned upon Android devices due to "security issues" within the OS. Samsung is looking to change that mindset with its newly-announced KNOX solution.

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Essentially, KNOX is a security-enhanced version of Android – based on the NSA-approved SE Linux – optimized for Samsung's SAFE (Samsung for Enterprise) program.

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