Researchers Break Into Samsung’s Fort Knox Smartphone Security


Over the holiday, separate security research teams have uncovered a security flaw in Samsung’s Knox security system which is designed to secure data on the company’s line of Galaxy Android smartphones. Samsung introduced Knox as a way for consumers to use the same phone for both work and personal use while at the same time […]

Sprint Update Secures Your Galaxy S4, Allows for More Storage [Updated]


A new over-the-air, or OTA, software update for the flagship Galaxy S4 by Samsung on Sprint brings a number of new features. For one, the software update will make your Galaxy S4 more secure, which will bring joy to IT administrators. Update: Following our post, Samsung Mobile had reached out to us saying that Knox isn’t […]

Samsung’s Knox Security Suite Approved by the Department of Defense


Knox, Samsung’s enterprise security platform for Android devices, has been approved for use by the United States Department of Defense. Knox was designed around securing devices that users bring from their homes into the workplace for use, a trend that the technology industry as a whole has taken to calling “Bring Your Own Device.” By […]

Samsung: Knox Security Suite Won’t Arrive in Time for Galaxy S4 Launch


When I had reviewed the Galaxy S4 for Sprint Nextel’s U.S. network, I had noticed the curious omission of the Knox security suite that Samsung is actively promoting to gain enterprise and government customers to adopt the phone, and now we know why. The Galaxy manufacturer has confirmed that its Knox suite won’t be made […]

Samsung Wants Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note 2 to Be Your Next Work Phone

Samsung’s new security suite for the Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note 2 and likely the upcoming Galaxy S4 offers users a quick way to switch between their business and personal lives without switching phones. Samsung announced SAFE with Knox at Mobile World Congress this week, a new feature aimed at satisfying the needs of companies and their users. […]