Arxan Aligns With Intel to Provide Application Protection for Android Apps
FREMONT, CA: Arxan Technologies, an application protection solutions company, announced the extension of its application protection platform to support apps built on Android on Intel Architecture. With Arxan’s security, applications can be protected while stored on mobile devices from reverse engineering and also protected at runtime from tampering and emerging malicious exploits.
With the extension of support to Intel, application protection will now be available for Intel tablets. Arxan will be offering the full strength of its product offering for the Intel Atom Processor. This protection will help to defend applications against attacks, detect at run-time when an attack is being attempted, and will respond to detected attacks to stop them, alert, or repair.
“Arxan’s extension of mobile application protection to Intel’s Atom Processor provides additional safeguarding choices in the ever-changing mobile and tablet landscape. Intel is the second-largest supplier of tablet system-on-chips (SoCs) behind Apple. Enterprises, gaming, digital media, and entertainment companies depend on Arxan to deliver robust application protection across a broad array of devices. By expanding our protection suite of products, we are able to provide the best mobile application security to the widest possible scope of devices in the coming months and years. Customers demand cross-platform products and solutions in today’s connected environments, and Arxan continues to deliver to that promise,” said Sam Rehman, Chief Technology Officer, Arxan.
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