Intel, Micromax Come Together To Tackle Mobile Threats

Intel Security today announced a strategic partnership with Micromax, to protect its range of smartphones against growing and increasingly complex mobile threats. These devices will come integrated with McAfee Mobile Assistant that will help provide a secure mobile experience to Micromax users in India.

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According to TRAI, today, 133 million phones in India are connected to the internet. As the country moves towards integrating mobile in the economy, there has been a surge in usage of mobile wallets, online transactions and app downloads, making the smartphones even more vulnerable and a playing field for cyber criminals.

“With smartphones becoming an integral part of our connected lives, it is important consumers realize threats that exist in the digital world and understand how to safeguard their valued data,” said Christopher Young, Senior Vice President, General Manager, Intel Security Group. “Intel Security is focused on championing cybersecurity and we believe in protecting every device. Globally we have secured over 220 million users. The partnership with Micromax is another step forward in realizing our vision of being the #1 security partner of choice.”

“As India leads the world with growing smartphone penetration and is witnessing an increased usage of mobile wallets, it is imperative to build products and services that are secure and do not comprise on data security. At Micromax, we realize that security of data on smartphones is critical and as one of the world’s largest cybersecurity organizations, Intel Security was an obvious choice for us to partner with; given the company’s global pedigree, strong lineage and R & D capabilities.” said Vikas Jain, Co-Founder of Micromax Informatics. He added “By integrating McAfee Mobile Assistant on Micromax devices, we are enabling our customers to enjoy a safe online experience in the digitally connected world.”

Micromax smartphones with integrated McAfee Mobile Assistant will be available starting April 2017.

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Vikhyat
Vikhyat

Micromax does not even give updates to its phones and is now talking about security. Should at least give a marshmallow update to the people and also have a better and clean ui othewise no one will buy their phones. At least not me.

Arvind
Arvind

Lol!! Already MMX phones suck big way when it comes to Pre loaded apps and optimizing UI. More bloat to make UX more worse!! Great job companies..!

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