OnePlus joins the App Defense Alliance

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OnePlus has just announced that it is joining the App Defense Alliance (ADA), which aims to improve user privacy and device security through comprehensive features and collaboration. OnePlus thus becomes the first Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) to join the security alliance.

OnePlus reaffirms its commitment to user security by joining the App Defense Alliance (ADA) as the first OEM member. This move underscores OnePlus' focus on user experience and privacy protection.


Kinder Liu, President & COO of OnePlus, states , "As a community-driven brand, user privacy and information security are the cornerstones of OnePlus products. Our collaboration with the ADA reinforces our commitment to these values, as well as reflecting our dedication to empowering application software to stand against cyber threats. We are ready to set new standards for application security and privacy protection with our new ADA colleagues."

By becoming part of ADA, OnePlus shows that the company takes the development of high security products seriously. They are also willing to share their expertise and participate in collaborative projects. This partnership will strengthen efforts to create a more secure app ecosystem globally. OnePlus' focus on high security and privacy protection will continue with innovative measures.

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OnePlus has long integrated advanced security features into its products. The OnePlus 12 running OxygenOS 14 includes features like Device Security Engine 3.0, improved Security Center, Chip-level Strong Box encryption, Auto Pixelate 2.0 and photo management permission settings. These features, along with the Intelligent Shield program, demonstrate OnePlus' commitment to providing comprehensive protection against threats and malicious applications.

Read our review of the OnePlus 12 here.

The App Defense Alliance (ADA) is a partnership of several technology companies working together to strengthen security and protect users from malicious apps. This partnership was formed to combat cyber threats by pooling the expertise and resources of various companies.

The purpose of the App Defense Alliance is to identify and neutralize threats in mobile applications by sharing information and threat data across partner companies. By working together, members of the ADA can respond more effectively to new and harmful apps, creating a safer app ecosystem for users.

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The primary members of the App Defense Alliance include, in addition to now OnePlus as the first OEM partner:

  • Google: Google is the creator of the Android operating system, which is one of the most widely used platforms for mobile phones.
  • ESET: ESET is a recognized cybersecurity company that specializes in the development of antivirus and security software.
  • Lookout: Lookout is a leading provider of mobile security solutions that protect against threats such as malware and phishing.
  • Zimperium: Zimperium specializes in mobile threat detection and protection against advanced cyber threats.

These companies are working together under the ADA to share threat intelligence, identify malicious apps, and proactively respond to security threats in mobile applications. This collaboration aims to create a more secure and reliable app ecosystem across the Android platform.

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