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 Cylance has named as a strong performer in the 2019 Forrester Wave report by achieving the highest possible scores for incident response, supporting products and services, average hours per response, and industrial control systems.
Speaking from the RSA Conference taking place in San Francisco, BlackBerry CEO John Chen today, spoke to Bloomberg's Amanda Lang and Shery Ahn to discuss a wide range of topics ahead of BlackBerry's 35th anniversary.
BlackBerry Cylance has introduced CylancePERSONA user monitoring designed to offer real-time insight into suspicious endpoint users and prevent compromises through the use of biometrics behavior and AI.
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.