At the RSA Conference in California today, BlackBerry announced that they have added zero trust security capabilities to its Spark Internet of Things (IoT) platform.
Sarment Holding and BlackBerry are working to co-develop Keyyes Chat, a highly encrypted messaging application to provide identity and data security management for Sarment's high-net worth user base.
BlackBerry and Virginia Tech announced today that they are partnering to educate the mechanical engineers of tomorrow on BlackBerry QNX technology, secure and reliable software for connected and autonomous cars.
The Mackenzie Innovation Institute (Mi2) is exploring security and connectivity between the BlackBerry Spark platform and its 'smart' healthcare technology vision. Mi2 helps drive innovation in healthcare through research, education and training while enhancing healthcare practices, treatments, service delivery models and more.
BlackBerry today launched a new software and service as part of BlackBerry Spark, the newest Enterprise of Things (EoT) platform from BlackBerry designed and created for ultra-safe hyperconnectivity from kernel to edge.
BlackBerry today announced new software and services as part of BlackBerry Spark, the company's new Enterprise of Things (EoT) platform. Unveiled at the company's Security Summit in London, the new platform capabilities will empower enterprises to scale their existing infrastructure to securely manage, connect, and use 'things'