Kaspersky, which is recognized as the Moscow-based multinational cybersecurity and anti-virus provider worldwide is now about to release a new range of smartphones provided with anti-hacker protection to secure against malware and external viruses.
Noted for its best technology in securing computers and providing the best possible securities, Kaspersky Lab’s head, Evgeny Kaspersky spoke of it in a recent interview with RIA Novosti that this new range of smartphones will come with a Kaspersky Operating system that will be running on its own browser and comprise of the basic applications. Speaking on this, she further comments:
“At the moment we have two or three dozen” pilots “both in Russia and abroad – Europe, Asia, the CIS countries,” she goes on to say that this device is made “for working with infrastructure, for processing important information,” implying that the focus will not be primarily on gaming or entertainment purposes.
Therefore, there won’t be any need for purchasing security packages externally to ensure protecting the device against any incoming viral threats from outside. Rather, this inbuilt anti-virus smartphone system can turn out to be more useful and can provide hassle-free services for the customers without worrying about any further threats.
Although not much has been revealed yet, or come out in the form of statements from Evgeny Kaspersky, there is no confirmation regarding the release date yet or whether the anti-hacker smartphone will require some extra recurring cost for re-purchasing the software or not.
However, we do assume this inbuilt system will refrain us from any such hassle, but the installation might take quite some time before it finally makes to the market for any commercial uses.