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BlackBerry Advanced Technology Development Labs (BlackBerry Labs) will be headed up by CTO Charles Eagan and include over 120 software developers, architects, researchers, product leads and security experts.
The good news continues to flow for BlackBerry Cylance as it has now been announced they have completed the Australian Information Security Registered Assessors Program (IRAP) assessment, which will enable BlackBerry Cylance to obtain IRAP.
BlackBerry's SecuSUITE for Government was built for National Security and today, BlackBerry has announced that the NATO Communications and Information (NCI) Agency have awarded BlackBerry a contract to use the services for encrypted communications.
The ink is barely dry on BlackBerry's Cylance deal, but already they're showing why BlackBerry made a move to acquire them as they've been recognized at the 2019 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards in five distinct categories.
If you've taken a walk on the minimalist side like some folks in the CrackBerry Forums have and added the BlackBerry Secured Punkt MP02 to your device collection, you can now download the first update of the MP02's firmware.
In addition to announcing their Security Credential Management System today, BlackBerry CEO John Chen took part in a fireside chat at the Toronto Global Forum to discuss data, privacy, and governance in the era of big tech.