BlackBerry’s quarterly report reveals one malicious threat every minute
Report identifies 1.75m cyberattacks were stopped by BlackBerry in the last 90 days.
BlackBerry and Elektrobit bolster automotive safety roadmap
BlackBerry and Elektrobit have announced they are collaborating on integration efforts to support the Rust programming language, empowering developers to build safe, reliable and efficient automotive software.
BlackBerry announces IVY Design Win as Dongfeng Motor selects PATEO Digital Cockpit
BlackBerry Limited and PATEO have announced that Dongfeng Motor, one of China’s largest automakers, has selected a BlackBerry IVY-powered PATEO Digital Cockpit for the automaker’s next-generation, all-electric VOYAH H97 model, following the successful completion of a proof of concept (POC) project, an overview and footage.
BlackBerry QNX & TI launch training academy for embedded software innovation
Blackberry and Texas Instruments have unveiled the QNX Academy for Functional Safety, a comprehensive online software developer enablement programme designed to turbocharge software innovation efforts and de-risk the product development process for safe and secure embedded systems.
BlackBerry QNX Hypervisor selected for Garmin Unified Cabin Demonstration at CES 2023
BlackBerry Limited has announced that Garmin has selected BlackBerry QNX technology for its next-generation, android automotive-based proof of concept demonstration at CES 2023.
Enhanced in-car audio experience in software defined vehicles
BlackBerry Limited has announced that Marelli, a specialist Tier 1 global automotive supplier, has selected the BlackBerry QNX Acoustics Management Platform (AMP) as part of its enhanced in-car audio experience within software-defined vehicles
BlackBerry introduces QNX Accelerate and announces availability of QNX RTOS and QNX OS
BlackBerry has introduced QNX Accelerate, an initiative that makes the cloud-enabled version of the company’s QNX Neutrino Real Time Operating System (RTOS) and QNX OS for Safety available in AWS Marketplace, a digital catalogue with thousands of software listings from independent software vendors that make it easy to find, test, buy, and deploy software that runs on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
BlackBerry showcases BlackBerry IVY on 3 automotive platforms at CES 2023
Blackberry has announced that BlackBerry IVY, a cloud-connected automotive AI platform co-developed by BlackBerry and AWS, is pre-integrated on three commercially-available digital cockpit platforms. from leading Tier 1 automotive suppliers Bosch and PATEO, designed to enable automakers to rapidly deploy innovative third party applications that enhance the in-vehicle experience for drivers and passengers alike.
BlackBerry expands work with AWS
At AWS re:Invent 2022, BlackBerry announced an extension of its use of Amazon Web Services (AWS) that will make BlackBerry QNX technology available to mission-critical embedded systems developers in the cloud, significantly reducing time to market for their products.
Series 9 – Episode 10 – How can we make connected cars resilient to attacks?
Paige West speaks with Joerg Zimmer, VP of EMEA Sales, BlackBerry about how to make connected cars resilient to attacks.
BlackBerry supports new EMEA channel partners as threat landscape booms
BlackBerry Limited has announced that it is expanding its BlackBerry Partner Programme to help counteract the international escalation of cyber threats.
Solving performance-safety challenges for highly automated vehicles
TTTech Auto and BlackBerry Limited announced their partnership to integrate BlackBerry's QNX Neutrino Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) and TTTech Auto's safe vehicle software platform MotionWise for advanced driver assistance systems and software-defined vehicles.
BlackBerry and NXP to defend against Y2Q post-quantum cyber risk
BlackBerry announced it will provide support for quantum-resistant secure boot signatures for NXP Semiconductors’ crypto-agile S32G vehicle networking processors in a demonstration to illustrate how to mitigate the risk of potential quantum computing attacks on in-vehicle software.
Offering for first responders and frontline workers
Every organisation must be prepared to manage critical events, including operational disruptions, infrastructure outages, natural disasters, and pandemics.
BlackBerry threat report uncovers growing shared economy
Collaborative cybercriminal mindset accelerating attacks on small to mid-sized businesses in 2022, leading to more closed doors.
Watch out there's a cyber criminal about
Name an industry at the top of its game: one that attracts young talent, is well-attuned to social issues like politics and health, and seizes trends like the subscription model, mobile banking and cryptocurrency.
Resilience in the era of cyber attacks
When most of us think about national security, thought immediately goes to more conventional threats in the form of physical attacks on territory. Few consider the ‘behind the screens’ cyber power battles that can take down entire networks that governments, organisations and citizens rely on for protection and survival. By Roger Sels, VP Solutions at BlackBerry
BlackBerry builds out XDR with cyber security innovations
BlackBerry has announced BlackBerry Optics 3.0, its next-generation cloud-based endpoint detection and response (EDR) solution and BlackBerry Gateway, the company’s first AI-empowered Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) product.
How the pandemic accelerated the need for Unified Endpoint Security
As evidenced by the onslaught of ransomware attacks and data breaches making the news almost daily throughout 2020 and 2021, cyber criminals have been working overtime, while organisations and citizens wrestle with navigating a global pandemic - from public safety and health infrastructure overhauls, to juggling remote work and home-schooling.
10 things to look out for when choosing EV software
Tech innovation is rocking the automotive world. As Electronic Vehicles (EVs) make headway, autonomy, connectivity and data-sharing are the next big steps for EV makers looking to create responsive, modern vehicles. Mobility leaders must choose their EV software providers carefully, and should consider the following critical trends. By Jörg Zimmer, VP EMEA Sales, BlackBerry Technology Solutions