What is the difference between the SDP and the Knox Chamber?

SDP in the Knox SDK, the Knox Chamber, and the native email app on Samsung devices all use Sensitive Data Protection to encrypt data.

The Knox Chamber is pre-installed automatically with Knox v2.4 onwards and appears as a folder in the secure Knox container. Device users can move files into the Knox Chamber folder to further secure these files.

With SDP, app developers can use the same encryption engine. You simply identify which files or database columns to protect. Optionally, you can provide an app-specific password to generate the cryptographic key used during data encryption and decryption. If you don’t provide a password, the device unlock password is used by default.