Thursday, December 19, 2013

HP secures Android mobiles with Green Hills Software

From: Electronics Weekly 

COMMENT - If not for the fraud which bolstered his faltering career in 1985 Dan O'Dowd and his wife, Amy would today be grubbing around in Glendale and dealing with the problems confronting the rest of us.  The Ethics of Drone Contractors

But keep making those donations to the Santa Barbara Zoo, they do ease the conscience, don't they?  PS - The rose in Craig's teeth is not photoshopped.  His former girlfriend took the photo and gave it to me to use as I thought best.  I have not yet decided which application is best, but I'm working at it. 


HP is offering secure Android mobile devices to the UK public sector built with Green Hills Software’s SoftwareINTEGRITY Multivisor virtualization technology.

As part of a partnership with Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Services (UK), Green Hills Software is piloting a secure mobile device initiative combining HP’s secure mobility end-to-end service and Green Hills Software’s INTEGRITY Multivisor security technology.

“The separation kernel-based Type-1 hypervisor delivers security that cannot be achieved with mobile OS-level mechanisms through application wrapping, containers, access control and encrypted workspaces,” said the companies.

There are estimated to be over 1.3 million mobile devices in the UK public sector.

“Our separation kernel-based Type-1 hypervisor isolates at the hardware level, providing users with confidence in personal privacy while ensuring security and protection of critical enterprise information,” said Christopher Smith, vice president of marketing, Green Hills Software.  MORE

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