Google debuts new Private Compute features in ramp up of Android security

Google has introduced new features to Android’s Private Compute Core, a secure environment currently in the beta stages of development. On Thursday, Suzanne Frey, VP, Product, Android & Play Security and Privacy said in a blog post that the new suite will “provide a privacy-preserving bridge between Private Compute Core and the cloud.” Frey added that the core will “let your device use the cloud (to download new song catalogs or speech-recognition models [for example]) without compromising your privacy.” Google intends to publish the source code of Private Compute Services to allow third-party researchers the opportunity to perform audits.

Link: Google debuts new Private Compute features in ramp up of Android security
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