Arlo, the Israeli-owned cybersecurity company, has announced its plans to launch a mobile security platform for its Arlo system, which is currently in beta.
The company said it will launch the platform in Q4 2019.
The platform will include an AR app store, which will allow users to store and manage their own personal information.
“It is imperative to build an effective AR security platform because the AR space is exploding,” said Arlo founder and CEO Moshe Eitan.
“Security is an evolving space, and our aim is to give customers a clear and simple way to securely access their data on a wide variety of platforms.”
The Arlo mobile security system has already been approved for use by the Israeli Air Force and the Ministry of Defense.
The Arlok platform will be available on both iOS and Android, as well as a web browser, which Eitan said will be an added benefit to the platform.
Arlo’s platform will also include a number of other tools that enable the company to secure its clients’ systems and help them manage data.
Eitan told the Financial Times that Arlo is already planning on adding a web service for its customers.
“We plan to add another layer of security services on top of the mobile security services,” he said.
The app store will be a free option, but Arlo will be offering paid services for certain customers.
Egon added that the company plans to add support for Windows, Linux, and Chrome OS.
The main selling point of the Arlo platform is the ability to store, manage, and store and store again data on an encrypted network.
The service will also be able to track user actions, which can help prevent attacks, according to Eitan’s blog post.