Android L, the latest version of the Android operating system, has introduced several new security features designed to keep user data and information safer. These security enhancements include:

  1. Improved encryption: Android L encrypts user data by default, making it much more difficult for hackers to access sensitive information.
  2. SELinux enforcement: SELinux is a security module that helps prevent malicious apps from accessing sensitive data. In Android L, SELinux is enabled by default, providing an extra layer of protection.
  3. Smart Lock: This feature allows users to set trusted locations and devices, such as their home or work computers, where they do not need to enter a password to unlock their phone. This makes it easier and more convenient to use your phone, while still keeping it secure.
  4. Factory Reset Protection: If a user’s device is lost or stolen, the Factory Reset Protection feature makes it much more difficult for someone to reset the device and access the user’s data.

These new security features in Android L are designed to give users peace of mind, knowing that their data and information is protected. With these enhancements, Android L is a step forward in providing a safer and more secure mobile experience.