BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 and BlackBerry Device Service have been FIPS 140-2 certified.
Examining the security challenges faced by the mobile world.
Australia and the U.K. have approved BlackBerry 7 and BlackBerry 7.1 OS for government use.
RIM recently announced approval for the use of BlackBerry 7 OS smartphones across the Department Of Defense (DoD) in the US.
Discussing the use of BlackBerry solutions in the area of police enforcement and public safety.
Presenting a whitepaper on what to look for from the variety of Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions available for your organization.
Discussing “jailbreaking” and the implications it has for device security.
BlackBerry Balance allows employees to use their personal mobile devices for work without compromising the enterprise’s need for security and IT controls.
Read a statement from Scott Totzke, Senior Vice President of BlackBerry Security at RIM, about the role of communications networks in cybersecurity.
Introducing BlackBerry Device Service, which allows you to manage and secure your organization’s BlackBerry PlayBook tablets (and later, BlackBerry 10 smartphones).
Read about how BlackBerry Balance technology is designed to enable BlackBerry devices to be used for both business and personal purposes, without compromising company security or personal privacy.
Details about the pre-release of BlackBerry Mobile Fusion.
The BlackBerry Smart Card Reader has recently earned FIPS 140-2 certification.
The beta of Citrix Receiver for the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet is now available to try out in the BlackBerry App World Test Center.
A video interview conducted with the Director of Security Product Management at RIM about what the FIPS certification of BlackBerry PlayBook tablet means.
Introducing BlackBerry Balance technology, which allows one device to securely access both personal and corporate data.