OnePlus partners App Defense Alliance for user protection

OnePlus has partnered with the App Defense Alliance (ADA), making it the first device manufacturer to join this essential security coalition. This collaboration highlights OnePlus’s strong dedication to safeguarding user privacy and enhancing device security.

The OnePlus 12, featuring the OxygenOS 14 operating system, incorporates advanced security features like Device Security Engine 3.0, an upgraded Security Center, Strong Box chip-level encryption, Auto Pixelate 2.0, and Photo Management Permission settings, aims to provide comprehensive protection for users.

OnePlus has a history of integrating robust security features, including the Intelligent Shield program, which identifies and neutralizes malicious applications. Being the first OEM member of ADA reflects the alliance’s recognition of OnePlus’s commitment to user safety.

By joining ADA, OnePlus not only affirms its dedication to creating secure devices and services but also signals a willingness to collaborate and share expertise.

This move contributes to building a safer global app ecosystem. As OnePlus continues to innovate, consumers can trust the brand’s commitment to superior security and privacy.

Commenting on the partnership, Kinder Liu, President and COO of OnePlus, stated,

As a brand rooted in community values, prioritizing user privacy and information security remains at the core of OnePlus products. Our partnership with ADA underscores our steadfast commitment to these principles.

Taking a proactive stance in this collaboration showcases our dedication to fortifying application software against ever-changing cyber threats. We are poised to establish new standards in application safety and privacy protection in collaboration with our ADA peers.