- Source: The Techolic
Gionee launches the S6 Pro which has built-in Trustonic TEE security solutions chipset that will store the fingerprint sensor data in an encrypted format inside the device.
- Source: Connected World
A critical attribute for IoT devices, Samsung added hardware-based security into every module and extended its capabilities by working with industry leading security partners. SAMSUNG ARTIK is enabling TEE (trusted execution environment) support with Trustonic, www.trustonic.com Using hardware isolation, the TEE ensures secure storage and processing of private data. It also allows users and trusted services to safely install and run new applications on SAMSUNG ARTIK enabled devices and sensors in the field.
- Source: appindex
Security company Trustonic has announced Trustonic Hybrid Protection, a new platform for use by developers to secure their apps. It works in an unusual way, by always using the highest available level of security on a device, regardless of whether it supports the Trustonic Execution Environment (TEE) or not.
- Source: businessreview europe
There’s a worry amongst consumers and businesses that IoT products and apps could pose a security risk. While this might be the case, it is possible to put the right security in place during development. Trustonic has come along to make this a much more simple process.
- Source: engadget
Just three months after launching the Redmi Note 2, Xiaomi is back with its successor. The Redmi Note 3 is, unsurprisingly, another mid-range handset with decent specs and a staggeringly low base price
- Source: BitScan
Hardware wallets are cool, but they’re another device to carry and maintain. What if you could have the security of a dedicated hardware wallet on a smartphone? A couple of weeks back I went to a bitcoin meetup to check out a cool new piece of security kit that a local company called Trustonic has been working on.