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TECNO Establishes Security Response Center, Taking TECNO’s Security Ecosystem to a New Level

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TECNO Establishes Security Response Center, Taking TECNO’s Security Ecosystem to a New Level

SRC is of strategic importance for TECNO to create a complete upgrade of TECNO’s security ecology

LAGOS, Nigeria, September 22, 2021 / APO Group / –

TECNO Mobile recently created an Official Security Response Center (SRC) (https://bit.ly/3u1eNxV), a platform for cooperation and exchange between TECNO and experts, researchers and organizations of the security industry. This is a strategic decision that reiterates TECNO’s constant commitment to security and helps to improve TECNO’s security ecosystem to a higher level.

TECNO SRC has launched a bug bounty program to encourage external security researchers to submit detected vulnerabilities to the security team, and journalists are eligible for a reward of up to $ 7,000 depending on vulnerability impact assessment. Over 45 models from TECNO Mobile’s four smartphone lines – PHANTOM, CAMON, SPARK and POVA are listed for the bug bounty program.

Stephen Ha, CEO of TECNO said: “At TECNO, our first priority is to provide the most secure mobile experience to our users. SRC is of strategic importance for TECNO to create a complete upgrade of TECNO’s security ecology. Thanks to SRC, we’ve taken mobile security protection even further for our users in more than 70 global emerging markets. “

John Peng, Head of Security Department, said, “We understand that in today’s social circumstances, the privacy and security of user information is vital. TECNO has continuously executed diversified plans in terms of improving the safety of our products. By cooperating with international security professionals through the establishment of the SRC, we are sure that we can provide users with a more secure mobile use experience.

From coding, application, and firmware, the security department performs security management and audits at every stage of product design, development, testing, and release. This helps ensure that all software installed on each device can pass a series of rigorous security checks, including TECNO Security Scan Platform, Google Play Protect, GMS BTS, and VirusTotal testing. In addition, TECNO regularly sends 90-day security patch updates to users to ensure product safety and protect user equipment from malware.

Going forward, TECNO plans to cooperate with the international public vulnerability testing platform and continue to build a robust security ecosystem to deliver secure mobile experiences that users in over 70 emerging markets can trust.

For more information on the TECNO Security Response Center and Bounty Program, please visit: https://security.tecno.com

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