Google's Nest division has got a new Director of Security and Privacy in Adrian Ludwig, who has been working as director of Android security until now. The announcement was made by Ludwig himself in a Google+ post.
Over the last month, I've taken on a new role at Alphabet as Director of Security and Privacy for Nest.
Ludwig has been working with the Android security team for over 6 years now. He has been replaced by Dave Kleidermacher, who has previously been associated with BlackBerry as the Chief Security Officer, but joined Google last year.
Good news.. At least now maybe we will be only violated by Google ,but not from 3rd party app devs.
I guess that implies that the next iteration of Android OS (Android P*) will be even more secure now that BlackBerry security chief has taken over the security job at Alphabet. Great news! Maybe we should refrain from buying new phones for now, i...