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BlackBerry adds greater flexibility to partner programme
A new Silver tier has been introduced to the programme to enable authorised partners to broaden their cloud offering.
BlackBerry invests in the evolution of cybersecurity innovation
“Today’s cybersecurity industry is rapidly advancing and BlackBerry Labs will operate as its own business unit solely focused on innovating and developing the technologies of tomorrow."
BlackBerry creates R&D lab to stay on security's cutting edge
BlackBerry has created a new cybersecurity research and development (R&D) unit comprised of more than 120 security experts to drive the company’s mission to drive security innovation.
BlackBerry launches new threat hunting solution
CylanceGUARD is a subscription-based offering that validates, triages, analyses, prioritises, and automates analyst and incident engagement.
BlackBerry + LG accelerate partnership for autonomous vehicles
"We are thrilled to build on and expand our relationship with them as part of our commitment to provide automakers with safety-certified, secure and reliable solutions."
BlackBerry's security software protects 150 million vehicles
BlackBerry’s strong focus on vehicle cybersecurity has earned the company’s technology a place in more than 150 million cars on the road across the world.
BlackBerry Cylance to receive IRAP certification
Company becomes first endpoint security provider to complete assessment to deliver native AI security to Australian federal agencies.
AI-driven security is no longer optional: "It's a requirement"
“The adoption of AI is critical for security teams to gain predictive advantage, particularly to protect against malware and to detect and respond to traditionally evasive non-malware threats."
NATO picks BlackBerry's encrypted voice technology to secure calls
The NCI Agency acquires, deploys and defends communication systems for NATO's political decision-makers and command centres
BlackBerry buys out cybersecurity AI firm Cylance
“We are eager to leverage BlackBerry’s mobility and security strengths to adapt our advanced AI technology to deliver a single platform.”
BlackBerry to roll out EoT platform by end of 2018
BlackBerry has unveiled a new Enterprise of Things (EoT) platform that enables OEMs to produce ‘things’ with high levels of security and safety.
Taurus Clearer Communication becomes BlackBerry platinum partner
"BlackBerry is committed to helping enterprises in Europe stay secure against ever-increasing data leaks and security threats."
Compass Health deploys BlackBerry endpoint management for mobile security
Compass Health, in operation since 1995, has 60 general practice teams and a number of other healthcare providers in its jurisdiction.
BlackBerry integrates ransomware recovery into collaboration platform
Most ransomware recovery solutions enforce a companywide rollback, meaning even users whose systems were not impacted may lose data.
BlackBerry Secure to be embedded in Cat and Land Rover rugged smartphones
Bullitt Group’s rugged and tough devices are fit-for-purpose in the environments for which they are intended, from construction sites to mountains.
Chinese EV maker uses BlackBerry tech to create safer vehicles
Vehicles will be able to make sure critical systems are isolated and are able to run safely, even if there are problems with non-critical systems.
Microsoft and BlackBerry partner to further integrate offerings
Microsoft and BlackBerry have entered a partnership that allows for greater integration between BlackBerry and Microsoft offerings.
BlackBerry aims to secure IoT devices
BlackBerry announced that it has signed a technology and brand licensing deal for BlackBerry Secure.
BlackBerry & Melanoma Institute Australia conduct trial to secure medical research
The trial will introduce BlackBerry Workspaces as a secure file storage and collaboration platform for Melanoma Institute Australia
Enterprise mobility management market more competitive than ever
EMM platforms have evolved from being just tactical device management tools, with the market more competitive than ever. So who's leading the race?
New research prompts businesses to get ready for ‘EoT’
In addition to its almost infinite opportunities, BlackBerry asserts the Enterprise of Things (EoT) comes with a host of security risks.
Blackberry ramps up Indian enterprise push with six new partners
BlackBerry has expanded its Indian channel, appointing six new partners as the Canadian vendor looks to increase its enterprise business.
Interview: BlackBerry talks crisis management, security and disruption
We interviewed BlackBerry AtHoc senior vice president Ly Tran about the company, crisis management and how it ultimately relates to cybersecurity.
BlackBerry ups local software security push with new partners
BlackBerry has signed up three new partners to deliver, deploy and support its AtHoc secure crisis communications software locally.