PureVPN partnership for enhanced user digital privacy and security
Internet privacy and security brand, PureVPN, has announced a partnership with Samsung Electronics to enhance user privacy protection when online.
The partnership is focused on integrating Enhanced Privacy Protection (EPP) into Samsung’s Secure Wi-Fi feature to mask user identity and traffic. The roll out of this integration will protect user data against online threats, manipulation, and misuse.
The Secure Wi-Fi feature was announced in 2017 and the introduction of EPP will introduce an added layer of privacy protection for subscribers.
PureVPN is a strong presence that spans 15 years in the space. PureVPN was one of the pioneers in the commercial VPN space that brought digital security to the masses through its service.
With over 6,500 servers across 96 locations, PureVPN has a secure infrastructure in place to cater to a massive userbase. The VPN provider is the only one with an Always-On No-Log certified VPN network in place.
Recently it became the first and only VPN provider to prepare users for a post-Quantum future. The company announced the deployment of Quantum-Resistant Encryption Keys across its server network to keep users secure in the present and the future.
“We’re proud to be partnering with Samsung at a time when there is increased focus on digital security and privacy globally. These are the absolute rights of all internet users and we’re happy Samsung is leading from the front in the mobile device space,” said Bilal Saleem Khan, Vice President, Technology Partnerships, PureVPN.