informatica logoA Toronto-based information risk management firm, Informatica, has introduced a new service lineup and released a free research white paper aimed at organizations that make extensive use of Blackberry connectivity. Organizations run the risk of service and communications disruptions, security and privacy breaches is they do not pay attention to proper planning, implementation and management of their Blackberry infrastructure.

Informatica announced on Friday the release of a series of services ranging from implementation reviews, risk assessments and strategic planning to network connectivity, third-party agreements and disaster recovery planning solutions. Informatica president and Chief Security Officer Claudiu Popa said: “The goal of the new service line called - FlexSecure BB - is to bring the Blackberry’s risk posture in line with the rest of the business continuity efforts within the enterprise. Without a sound communications infrastructure, a business continuity strategy can be completely ineffective.” FlexSecure is the company’s line of information risk consulting services, including FlexSecure Verify risk assessments and security project management.

Informatica Research, a division of Informatica Security Corporation has published a complete introduction to Blackberry enterprise information risk. The document is freely available from the company’s Security Library. Organizations wishing to use the document internally, for strategic direction and planning are welcome to do so.

For more detailed information on FlexSecure Verify’s visit Informatica’s website here .

Toronto-based Informatica Corporation is one of Canada’s information security consulting leader. Over the past 18 years, Informatica has provided consulting, analysis, implementation and training solutions to SME and enterprise clients in diverse sectors and world regions.