LG G4 officially certified as a secure device by the US government
LG can now proudly say their current flagship, the G4, is officially secure enough for use in the US government after passing some pretty strict testing.
The device meets the US National Security Agency’s National Information Assurance Partnership standards, certifying it for use in over 25 countries, including the US. It meets international security standards as well as the US government’s Cryptographic Modules standards, which is a pretty big accomplishment and opens up a large new market for the G4.
LG GATE is LG’s own security platform and offers enhanced platform, network, and application security. It’s a benefit to large enterprise customers and helps keep sensitive data secured.
LG’s previous flagship, the G3, received the same NIAP certification, but it was also approved for use by the Department of Defense. The G4 is currently undergoing DoD testing.