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面向英特尔® 架构上的 Android* 的英特尔® 设备保护技术

当前的 Android 平台环境

最新的产业报告显示,全球超过 70% 的平板电脑和智能手机使用 Android 操作系统。 但是,由于 Android 是开发平台,该操作系统无法为抵御恶意应用或木马程序提供充分保护。 此外,许多家企业对 BYOD 计划的日益普及忧心忡忡,从而禁止了员工使用无法与企业安全需求兼容的 Android 设备。 以下是对 Android 开放平台操作系统的主要顾虑:

  • 对恶意应用和木马程序的防御不充分
  • 设备安全/管理 API 不完善
  • RootKit 公开
  • 启动加载器未授权

在 2014 年国际消费电子产品展 (CES) 上,英特尔 CEO 宣布了英特尔计划通过使用英特尔设备保护技术为基于英特尔架构的运行 Android 操作系统的移动设备提供更强的安全功能,从而消除上述的顾虑。

英特尔设备保护技术可为用户提供全新的安全功能,以帮助主动保护 Android 移动设备并阻止恶意软件的入侵。 此外,企业用户管理的设备和 BYOD 也可利用硬件和软件增强的安全功能,借助这些功能,IT 管理人员能够以更高的级别控制和高效区分个人和企业应用和数据。 这种特性组合可帮助防止数据泄漏并保护设备上的个人内容。

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  • Intel® Device Protection Technology for Android* on Intel® Architecture

    Current Android Platform Environment

    Recent industry reports have indicated that over 70% of tablets and smartphones worldwide use the Android OS. However, due to Android’s open platform, the OS does not provide sufficient protection from malicious apps or Trojans. Additionally, many companies concerned about the increased popularity of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs have prohibited employee use of Android-based devices that aren’t compatible with the company’s security requirements. The following are cited as primary concerns for Android open platform OS:

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  • Every App is made of these elements

    Almost any device today has software on it. This includes laptops, Ultrabooks, cell phones, TV sets, Set-Top-Boxes, Microwave Ovens, Cars, Medical Devices, etc. Software is created by software companies and software developers. I have seen only a few software companies who really consider all the elements of software. Most times understanding the system is the realm of the architect and is based on some unique art. Whenever I hear "art", it means that we just don't have the patterns written down yet. This is why I am publishing this post.

    Linux Adoption on the Rise in Enterprise

    A recent survey by the Linux Foundation indicates the adoption of Linux is overtaking Windows enterprise level at quite a rapid clip. Indeed, nearly 80% of the 1,948 survey respondants plan to add more Linux to their business' infrastructure within the next five years, while only 21% plan to add additional Microsoft servers.

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