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Mark Peters : March 11th 2013 - 14:20 CET

McAfee Security for Android Systems


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NewsMcAfee improves Mobile Security for Android : McAfee announced that it has delivered the industry’s first ever whitelisting security solution for Android based embedded systems. McAfee Application Control for Android is the only security solution that resides in the Android kernel, embedded in the operating system. McAfee provides protection from the installation or execution of a malicious application on an Android-based device. McAfee also provides protection at the application layer to Android devices. The McAfee Embedded Control solution provides tamper proof protection, superior operational control of devices in the field and ease of management with Android devices. Previously, embedded engineers had only a single operating system option - Security- Enhanced Linux (SELinux)– if they wanted to have enforceable security capabilities for their embedded system.
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McAfee Security for Android
Android is quickly becoming a favorite platform for embedded engineers. According to a UBM Electronics’ 2012 Embedded Market Study, 13 percent of the surveyed embedded engineers reported using Android in a 2012 project and 34 percent reported that they are considering working with Android in 2013. With Android’s success in expanded markets, the operating system is drawing the attention of new attacks.

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Prior to McAfee Embedded Control, Android security applications only operated at the user level, leaving devices vulnerable to system-level attacks. McAfee removes this security gap with a kernel residing security solution to improve security for the entire Android stack. McAfee Embedded Control blocks unauthorized applications and changes on fixed-function, point-of-service infrastructures, including retail devices, medical devices, industrial control systems, office equipment, gaming devices, automotive, and various military and aerospace devices.




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