From the article: “While tools for message encryption have become easier to use in recent years, one gaping hole remains in many people’s infosec: the security of the device they use (their ‘end-point’). A new secure operating system called Subgraph OS aims to make resisting hacking attacks easier, even on fairly low-powered laptops.
‘It’s designed for anybody who wants an end-point that’s resistant against remote network exploitation,’ David Mirza Ahmad, president of Subgraph, said in a phone interview. Subgraph’s four-man team recently received funding from the Open Technology Fund (OTF) to work on the operating system; the OTF is ultimately funded by grants from Congress.”
Read the full Motherboard article here: https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/subgraph-os-wants-to-make-using-a-secure-operating-system-less-of-a-headache