BlackBerry Unified Endpoint Manager (UEM) has achieved certification from the National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP), a U.S. government initiative which oversees the evaluation of commercial cybersecurity products for use in U.S. national security systems.
Google has released the September 2020 Android Security Bulletin, giving carriers and device makers a fresh set of patches to install.
BlackBerry has received approval from the Department of Defense Information Network (DoDIN) for its BlackBerry Unified Endpoint Manager software (UEM). BlackBerry UEM is the only MDM solution on the DoDIN Approved Product List.
Microsoft has announced a new tool that it claims can detect the presence of deepfake software in images and video as it seeks to tackle disinformation online. Deepfakes, or synthetic media, are photos, videos, or audio files manipulated by artificial intelligence (AI). And they’re becoming increasingly hard to detect.
The BlackBerry Security Summit 2020 will be a virtual event this year due to the covid-19 epidemic and registration is now open. The Partner Summit will take place on October 5, while the ecurity Summit will take place on October 6 and 7.
Vodafone has expanded its business security services to include protection for business customers’ laptops and desktops. Trend Micro’s ‘Worry-Free’ service is a new detection service to protect businesses and their employees from online security threats such as ransomware, out-of-date applications, and phishing attacks on desktops and laptops.
BT has launched a new range of fully managed security and advisory services to support Microsoft Azure Sentinel.
New Android malware - BlackRock - is now targeting more apps than ever including email and social media apps as well as banking apps.
Google has released the July 2020 Android Security Bulletin, giving carriers and device makers a fresh set of patches to install.
Frost & Sullivan has published an assessment of the cyberthreat landscape and the proportion that BlackBerry’s suite of technologies can protect against, concluding that BlackBerry can secure all IoT endpoints, and upwards of 96% of all cyberthreats.