Staffordshire Police has become the 27th UK force to implement the NicheRMS Police Intelligence Platform, which manages the Force's operational data to support the prevention and detection of crime.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has released an investigation report into the use of mobile phone extraction (MPE) by police forces when conducting criminal investigations in England and Wales.
We reported Thursday how an Australian teenager pleaded guilty to hacking into Apple's servers after the company notified authorities of the intrusion. Apple has issued a press statement Friday confirming that no personal customer data was exposed or compromised in the incident.
After the London terrorist attack this week, where Khalid Masood killed four people in Westminster, the home secretary has said that intelligence services must have access to encrypted messaging services.
BlackBerry today announced that its AtHoc Software Division has secured a major new customer in France.
Apple will be replacing its hand gun emoji with a far less controversial bright green and orange water pistol in the next version of its operating system, iOS 10.
According to a CBC News investigation, a specialized BlackBerry unit - Public Safety Operations team - has for years helped intercept user data to help in hundreds of police investigations in dozens of countries.
BlackBerry today announced that AtHoc, a division of BlackBerry, has released a new version of its market-leading crisis communications platform.
BlackBerry today announced that the Pentagon Force Protection Agency has awarded a contract to renew and expand its use of BlackBerry's AtHoc Networked Crisis Communications Suite.
The news that BlackBerry's global decryption key has been in the hands of the RCMP since 2010 raised it's ugly head last week, prompting BlackBerry CEO John Chen to (once again) take to the BlackBerry blog.
When Apple refused to unlock an iPhone for the FBI, it generated a huge amount of free positive advertising about how secure their devices were. However, the tech giant has now been left with egg on it's face.
BlackBerry today announced that St. Louis County Emergency Management selected AtHoc, a division of BlackBerry, to provide a highly secure alerting and personnel accountability solution.