Advantage has been named as New Zealand’s first BlackBerry Compromise Assessment partner, enabling the company to deliver this leading consulting service to the New Zealand market.
BlackBerry Cylance has expanded its head of channels Jason Duerden's role to include the management of BlackBerry Spark, the company'’s unified endpoint security platform.
BlackBerry has announced improvements to the BlackBerry Cylance North America Partner Program focused on partner protection, enhanced margins, incumbency with renewals and continued enablement.
BlackBerry Cylance today released its annual 2020 Threat Report, which examines the latest adversarial techniques and tactics analyzed by BlackBerry Cylance threat researchers, and provides guidance organizations can leverage to mitigate risk.
CRN has named May Mitchell, Vice President, Global Channel Sales and Field Marketing to its 2020 list of Channel Chiefs.
Ryan Permeh is the Chief Security Architect and Senior Vice President at BlackBerry. He works within the office of the CTO to define technology strategy and architecture that will integrate technology across BlackBerry and focus it towards reducing customer risk.
BlackBerry Cylance has integrated SafeBreach data breach and attack simulation capabilities into its portfolio.
BlackBerry today unveiled a customizable concept solution that OEMs and fleet managers can use for vehicle health and security use cases to 'future-proof' their vehicles, accelerating development timelines and reducing the cost of moving projects from research to production and onto roads.
Security consultant Cyber Risk has signed a deal with Australian plumbing and bathroom supplies distributor Reece Group, centred around Reece’s adoption of BlackBerry Cylance’s platform, with Cyber Risk advising on tuning in best operational practices, developing the zones and policies before deployment, and contributing to the development of a proof of concept.
BlackBerry today announced that International Container Terminal Services (ICTSI) has deployed BlackBerry Cylance technology across all business units in Asia, Europe, Africa and The Americas to protect thousands of end-points across its global network.
BlackBerry's CylancePROTECT is now available for mobile devices managed by BlackBerry Unified Endpoint Management (BlackBerry UEM).
Mobile threats have been around nearly as long as the mobile phone, but they continue to increase in number and complexity as mobile devices become more embedded in, and critical to, our everyday lives. What started out as a somewhat limited attack surface more than a decade ago has grown into a vast landscape of devices utilising the iOS and Android operating systems.