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
BlackBerry IVY innovation fund to drive transportation
BlackBerry has announced the establishment of the BlackBerry IVY Innovation Fund to help data-driven automotive ecosystem providers turbocharge their innovation and bring new products and applications to market using BlackBerry's Intelligent Vehicle Data Platform, BlackBerry IVY.
Scania chooses BlackBerry QNX for its next-gen of vehicles
BlackBerry has announced that Scania AB, the Swedish provider of transport solutions, including trucks and buses, has chosen BlackBerry QNX to provide the safety certified Operating System (OS) and hypervisor for its high performance computing platforms within its next electrical architecture generation in heavy goods vehicles, effectively building the high performance backbone on a single software base.
Cinematic driving experience for Chery’s Tiggo 8 Plus
BlackBerry has announced that it has teamed up with Desay SV Automotive to launch a dual-screen virtual smart cabin domain controller to enable safer driving. Leveraging the QNX Hypervisor and the QNX Real-time Operating System (RTOS), the new technology is now available in Chery’s Tiggo 8 Plus and Jetour X90 models.
BlackBerry 2021 Annual Threat Report uncovers breadth of COVID-19 exploitation
BlackBerry has released the 2021 BlackBerry Threat Report, detailing a sharp rise in cyber threats facing organisations since the onset of COVID-19. The research shows a cyber crime industry which not only adapted to new digital habits, but also became increasingly successful in finding and targeting vulnerable organisations. The research also highlights a dangerous new shift in the cyber crime world, one where mercenaries and crimeware-as-a...
BlackBerry Jarvis named ‘Best In Breed’ tool
BlackBerry has announced that BlackBerry Jarvis, a software composition analysis tool, has been recognised as ‘Best in Breed’ by an Internal Research & Development project (IRAD).
How BlackBerry is upholding core values for Data Privacy Day
The COVID-19 pandemic and related events of the past year have created unprecedented challenges for businesses and individuals around the world and has driven organisations to rapidly transform the ways they engage with their customers, partners, and employees. By David Blonder, Senior Director, Legal & GDPR at BlackBerry
BlackBerry expands partnership with Baidu to power autonomous driving
BlackBerry has announced an expansion of its strategic partnership with Baidu, whose high definition maps will run on the QNX Neutrino Real Time Operating System (RTOS) and will be mass-produced in the forthcoming GAC New Energy Aion models from the EV arm of GAC Group (Guangzhou Automobile Group Co., Ltd.).
How to bring clarity to your critical communications strategy in 2021
If 2020 taught us anything it’s that an organisation needs to be able to anticipate, prepare for, respond and adapt to pretty much anything in order to survive and prosper. The first step is understanding that organisational resilience is a strategic capability that goes way beyond just crisis management. By David Wiseman, VP Secure Communications at BlackBerry
BlackBerry IVY scalable intelligent vehicle data platform
Amazon Web Services and BlackBerry has announced a multi-year, global agreement to develop and market BlackBerry's Intelligent Vehicle Data Platform, IVY. BlackBerry IVY is a scalable, cloud-connected software platform that will allow automakers to provide a consistent and secure way to read vehicle sensor data, normalise it, and create actionable insights from that data both locally in the vehicle and in the cloud.
To succeed, enterprise cyber security needs IoT scale
There are few things in cyber security that aren’t up for endless debate. Yet one thing that is universally agreed upon is that anything with an Internet address can and will be attacked. We’ve certainly witnessed this happening on a large scale with the proliferation of Internet of things (IoT) devices in recent years, and we’re likely to see the scale and complexity of these attacks escalate in the years ahead. Written by&nbs...
New era of cyber crime | the BlackBerry Research Report: CostaRicto
During the past six months, the BlackBerry Research and Intelligence team have been monitoring a cyber-espionage campaign that is targeting disparate victims around the globe. The campaign, dubbed CostaRicto by BlackBerry, appears to be operated by 'hackers-for-hire', a group of APT mercenaries who possess bespoke malware tooling and complex VPN proxy and SSH tunnelling capabilities.
10 signs it’s time to review your endpoint protection
The ongoing trend of successful cyber attacks demonstrates that cyber security practices are not keeping pace with modern threats. Is your organisation well-defended, or living on borrowed time? Here are 10 signs to help you determine whether your endpoint protection is primed for action or ready for retirement.
AI mobile threat defence solution to protect against phishing attacks
BlackBerry has unveiled BlackBerry Protect Mobile, a new Mobile Threat Defence (MTD) solution that extends the powerful AI-based security in BlackBerry Protect to mobile devices. The solution provides security teams with unprecedented visibility into their mobile, desktop, and server endpoints from a single security console, which is critical during a time when remote workers are being targeted with mobile malware and phishing attacks.
Unified Endpoint Security solution for AI-powered cyber security
BlackBerry has announced BlackBerry Cyber Suite, the industry’s first, comprehensive, AI-powered Unified Endpoint Security (UES) solution that furthers BlackBerry’s leadership in AI. While other solutions on the market only address parts of the cybers ecurity challenge.
BlackBerry delivers user behaviour AI for cyber security
BlackBerry has announced BlackBerry Persona Desktop, a User and Entity Behaviour Analytics (UEBA) solution that uses advanced AI and machine learning to deliver continuous authentication to validate user identity in real time and protect against security breaches.
BlackBerry AtHoc expands dedicated EU data centres
BlackBerry has announced it is now providing dedicated EU instances of its BlackBerry AtHoc service, a leading networked crisis communication solution. BlackBerry AtHoc will enable customers to comply with EU data protection regulations and prepare for the upcoming Public Warning directives by localising personal data in additional data centres located in the Netherlands and France, as well as the existing one in the UK.