A new, unique smartphone has been released for public consumption, but will it gain traction?
The New York Times reports that Spanish manufacturer GeekPhone has released a new product called the “Blackphone,” which comes with several impressive security controls.
According to the news provider, the private operating system comes standard with intuitive data and device encryption, in addition to exhaustive privacy controls.
However, the source noted that the phone does not seem to be a viable contender in the market, as it has so few capabilities outside of security.
Rather than throwing out the functions that make smartphones so powerful, why not get the best of both worlds with dynamic authentication tools that will protect the most popular devices already in use in the average workplace?
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