This morning, BlackBerry CEO John Chen joined the “Partnering for Innovation: Healthcare in the Digital Age” keynote… / Read More
When BlackBerry announced it was partnering with Samsung to deliver a secure, end-to-end solution for Samsung KNOX… / Read More
In a field as demanding as aviation, an all-in-one gadget that can help pilots while in the… / Read More
There’s an old saying that two heads are better than one. What if you had a lot… / Read More
The Enterprise Mobility Management market is zooming upwards, according to analyst Jack Gold, as enterprises continue to catch up with all of their workers’ devices.
With the looming threat of cyber crime and the fact that healthcare is one of the most strictly-regulated industries in the world, one expects providers would take more steps towards proper security.
Imagine: Your company is working on a brand new product that you hope will take the market… / Read More
It’s no secret that BlackBerry has always been at the forefront of security. From earlier days to now – securing data-in-transit and data-at-rest alongside a user-friendly interface has been our top priority.
Businesses operating in regulated industries face a difficult balancing act. On the one hand, the tools and… / Read More
What’s the cost of a data breach today? According to a study last week by security researchers… / Read More
Originally posted on Inside BlackBerry:
Busy week ahead? Still haven’t had time to flip through all 197 slides of Analyst-turned-VC Mary…
We’ve talked before about the importance of protecting personal health information and patient data. With this weeks’… / Read More
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.
Originally posted on BlackBerry Developer Blog:
Presented by Kareem Mahmoud, Enterprise Solutions Manager, BlackBerry Developing apps for enterprise can be a challenge…
Staying out of your mobile device’s work container, even at work, clearly does not help corporate productivity. But using personal channels to communicate also defies the sole purpose of the work container: to ensure that corporate information stays protected. Poor container experiences have led many CIOs to peel away the enterprise security and management tools from the handheld until they know they will only see satisfaction on users’ faces.
The conversation on mobile security is one that’s never going to end. There’s always going to be some new vulnerability in the press. It’s an unavoidable fact of life in enterprise. This situation isn’t helped along by the fact that most cloud storage solutions offer little in the way of security.
We’re pleased to announce that BlackBerry and our partner UST Global have won a 2015 Aecus Innovation… / Read More
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.
Arguably the most famous and mythical component of BlackBerry is the BlackBerry Infrastructure, a secure global network that transmits petabytes of encrypted data to and from the world’s most powerful mobile professionals. This network is just one part of the BlackBerry Corporate Infrastructure, the environment where BlackBerry builds secure solutions for millions of customers, from military-grade smartphones to industry-leading Enterprise Mobility Management. Today we’re happy to announce the release of the first ever BlackBerry Corporate Infrastructure Security Overview.
How many hours a week do you spend in meetings? If you’re anything like the average employee, it’s upwards of five hours – perhaps more, with no guarantee that those hours are productive. The sad truth of modern meetings is that they’re the biggest time-waster (and money-waster) in the enterprise – you already know this. But what if I told you that the problem wasn’t with the meetings themselves? What if I told you the problem was actually you?