New Delhi, September 5
SafeHouse Technologies has added a brand new function to its cellular safety app BodyGuard that permits customers to establish the origin of functions put in on their Android smartphones in addition to circulate of their knowledge from these apps.
The new function ‘Patriot’ allows smartphone customers to have clear visibility on the circulate of their knowledge from all of the apps on their telephones, seeing to which nation their visitors goes to, an announcement mentioned.
Additionally, customers can even see the origin of the developer together with the incorporation nation of the corporate for all of the apps on their gadgets, it added.
SafeHouse Technologies co-founder and Managing Director Aditya Narang mentioned that the corporate has been monitoring the developments of how prospects, firms, and governments are reassessing the function of personal corporations dealing with cyber threat, safety, and knowledge.
“Protecting our users in the digital space and securing their privacy remains of utmost importance to us. We are first to market with this feature and it is already live for Android phones,” Narang mentioned.
The Indian authorities had on Wednesday blocked 118 cellular functions, together with fashionable gaming app PUBG, Baidu and WeChat Reading, terming them prejudicial to the sovereignty, integrity and defence of the nation.
This is along with the 59 apps with Chinese hyperlinks that had been banned in June on comparable grounds.
Along with Patriot, BodyGuard has additionally launched an app lock function ‘Airtight’. The function will ask for the fingerprint or passcode from the consumer to open any particular app, corresponding to Gallery or Notes.
Set up in 2016 by Aditya Narang and Liad Herman, SafeHouse Technologies is a cyber safety enterprise with workplaces in Israel and India. The firm has raised funding from traders together with Barclays Ventures, Gopal Das, Roman Abromavich and Purnendu Chatterjee. — PTI