With so many Android tablets on the market, it can be difficult to keep track of which device does what. Upgrades to the newest version, Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0), are beginning to roll out to current tablets, and some new tablets run ICS, but most Android tablets you can buy today still run Honeycomb. The good news is that Honeycomb already has some good security features built in.
Policy management allows developers of device administration applications to support new types of policies, such as encrypted storage, password expiration and requirements for complex characters in passwords. Users can configure an HTTP proxy for each Wi-Fi access point, with a proxy hostname, port, and any bypass subdomains.