BlackBerry Spark Suite to provide intelligent security
BlackBerry has announced availability of BlackBerry Spark Suites, offering enterprises a range of tailored cyber security and endpoint management options to help protect data, minimise risk, and reduce cost and complexity.
QNX Black Channel Communications Technology launched
BlackBerry has announced the launch of QNX Black Channel Communications Technology, a new software solution that OEMs and embedded software developers can use to ensure safe data communication exchanges within their safety-critical systems.
EPP and EDR capabilities with new platform enhancements
BlackBerry has announced new product enhancements to the Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP) and Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) pillars of its BlackBerry Spark platform. Key features include single-agent deployment, custom role-based access controls and accelerated incident investigation with the release of CylanceOPTICS v2.4.
Zero trust architecture designed for Unified Endpoint Security
BlackBerry has announced the BlackBerry Spark platform with a new Unified Endpoint Security (UES) layer which can work with BlackBerry Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) to deliver zero trust security.
The modern workforce equipped with new digital workplace
BlackBerry has announced BlackBerry Digital Workplace, a secure robust workspace that provides users simple and secure online and offline access to corporate on-premise or cloud content including Microsoft Office 365 resources.
Duo collaborate to support next generation automobiles
BlackBerry and ANSYS are joining forces to support BlackBerry QNX’s Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) for connected and autonomous vehicles. As part of ANSYS’ ongoing commitment to fostering an open ecosystem that supports RTOS leaders across industries, the collaboration will empower automotive manufacturers to increase safety and reliability, reduce development cost and shorten time-to-market for next-gen automobiles and a...
AI-based automotive solution to drive the connected future
BlackBerry has unveiled a customisable 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.
Duo team up for new connected vehicle software platform
BlackBerry has announced it has teamed up with AWS to demonstrate a connected vehicle software platform for in-vehicle applications that combines the safety and security of BlackBerry’s QNX real time operating system with AWS’ IoT Services in the cloud and in the car. The platform enables automotive manufacturers to securely access data from vehicle sensors, and create software applications and machine-learning models for connect...
Automotive data platform to be showcased at CES 2020
Renovo, and BlackBerry have announced that they will cooperate to jointly develop and market safety-critical data management solutions for use in the next generation of connected and autonomous vehicles. As part of the partnership, BlackBerry's QNX ISO 26262 safety-certified RTOS will integrate with Insight, Renovo’s intelligent automotive data platform that accelerates development cycles, improves product performance an...
Electric superbike to revolutionise the motorcycling industry
Damon Motorcycles announced that its CoPilot advanced warning system will be powered by BlackBerry QNX technology across its entire line-up of advanced electric motorcycles. As part of the agreement, Damon has licensed BlackBerry QNX technology, including its real time operating system to serve as the safe and secure foundation for the Damon CoPilot warning system on its new flagship electric motorcycle.
Next generation of secure transportation solutions at CES 2020
At CES 2020, BlackBerry will be showcasing the next-generation security and transportation solutions. Mapping to BlackBerry’s vision of securing a connected future, the company’s presence at this year’s conference will centre on AI-driven security innovations, and the role disruptive technologies play in the evolution of smart auto and transportation.
2020 cyber security predictions
Josh Lemos, VP of Research & Intelligence at BlackBerry Cylance has taken a look at the industry and given some predictions on certain trends including; uncommon attack techniques will emerge in common software – especially Steganography, the changing network topologies will challenge traditional assumptions, and require new security models, state-sponsored cyber groups are the new proxy for international relations and finally the year ...
Updated UEM Software Suite features productivity and security
BlackBerry has announced the availability of BlackBerry Secure UEM & Productivity Suites to help businesses simplify the management of their fast-changing security and complex IoT environments.
BlackBerry to power Arrival’s Generation 2.0 intelligent EVs
BlackBerry and electric vehicle company, Arrival announced that Arrival’s intelligent, autonomous-ready commercial vehicles will be powered by BlackBerry QNX technology.
Powering the next generation of ADAS
BlackBerry has announced that Hyundai Autron has selected BlackBerry QNX to power its next-gen advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving software platform.
Threat hunting solution for security experts launched
BlackBerry has announced the introduction of CylanceGUARD, a managed detection and response (MDR) solution that leverages BlackBerry Cylance security experts and its native AI platform to provide continuous threat hunting and monitoring.
Duo deepen partnership for intelligent vehicles
BlackBerry and Jaguar Land Rover announced that they have deepened their partnership in developing the automotive manufacturer’s next generation vehicles.
Cloud-based solution leverages the power of adaptive security
BlackBerry has announced the launch of BlackBerry Intelligent Security, the first cloud-based solution that leverages the power of adaptive security, continuous authentication and artificial intelligence (AI) to enhance mobile endpoint security in zero trust environments.
QNX software embedded in more than 150 million vehicles
BlackBerry has announced that its QNX software is now embedded in more than 150 million cars on the road today. This is an increase of 30 million cars since the company reported its automotive footprint in 2018.