"BlackBerry" Posts

Return to Offices Triggers Endpoint Security Concerns

Fully 90% of respondents are concerned about workers returning to the office with unpatched systems & out-of-date software, BlackBerry reports.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 28 April 2021

Today’s MSSP news involves Akeyless, Alsid, Attivo Networks, BlackBerry, Check Point Software, Cigent, Data Defenders, eSentire, FireEye, Illumio, Palo Alto Networks, SentinelOne, Swimlane, Team8, Tenable, Thoma Bravo, VISO Trust, WhiteHat Security & more.

BlackBerry, IBM Canada Announce Cybersecurity Reseller Partnership

IBM Canada will resell BlackBerry Spark endpoint management, endpoint security & critical event management software to Canadian customers.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 13 April 2021

Today’s MSSP news involves BlackBerry; Cohesity CISO Brian Spanswick; Darktrace & KnowBe4 IPOs; Datadog; HPE Aruba; Intrigue; Swimlane SOAR & more.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 01 April 2021

Today’s MSSP & MDR cybersecurity news involves Ampion, BlackBerry CEO John Chen, Fortanix VP Scott Hoard, Wipro, EDR, XDR and more.

BlackBerry CEO Describes IoT, XDR and EDR Security Plans

CEO John Chen explains how BlackBerry is driving deeper into automobile software & IoT security, and preparing new XDR, EDR & Zero Trust capabilities.

BlackBerry Unveils Critical Event Management Solution

BlackBerry Alert, available as a SaaS or managed services solution, is designed to help customers address critical event management (CEM).

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 09 March 2021

Today’s MSSP, MDR & SOC news involves Anlyz, Axonius, Black Kite, BlackBerry, CriticalStart, Cyglass, Egress, Ingram Micro, Templar Shield & more.

BlackBerry 2021 Threat Report: Are Hackers Increasingly Targeting MSSPs?

Hackers increasingly leveraged ransomware to compromise MSSPs as part of highly targeted cybercrime campaigns in 2020, BlackBerry research reveals.

The Tradecraft of Fake Sites and Online Personas

Carefully crafted fake websites and fraudulent online personas have the potential to influence public sentiment and voting habits, BlackBerry explains.