Last summer, I was working on a new connected healthcare cybersecurity standard. My collaborators were a diverse… / Read More
Co-authored by Andrew Walenstein, CHACE Director Earlier this year, BlackBerry launched the CHACE initiative (www.blackberry.com/CHACE). This blog provides… / Read More
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Last year it was reported that GOZeus (GameOver Zeus) and cryptolocker were two of the most malicious pieces of malware being used in cyber crimes against the financial industry. Banks were attacked and had hundreds of millions of dollars stolen from them.
I often get asked whether customers choose BlackBerry because of its superior security. But there is also another, less obvious, dimension to this.
When we first built the internet, we could have never imagined that cybercrime would also cost our society nearly half a trillion dollars a year. Similarly, the Internet of Things (IoT) has incredible potential – and creates a tremendous new set of security risks.
Overshadowed by last week’s news about the data breach at health insurer Anthem Inc. was the Obama… / Read More
Read a statement from Scott Totzke, Senior Vice President of BlackBerry Security at RIM, about the role of communications networks in cybersecurity.