BlackBerry Security Summit 2016

How your tea kettle could be a gateway for hackers

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BlackBerry shows how your tea kettle could be a gateway for hackers

At last year's BlackBerry Security Summit, BlackBerry showed how it would be possible for hackers to take over an infusion pump and while this year's attack on a tea kettle, which you can now watch the video of, may not have carried the same shock value, it was certainly as interesting when you consider the amount of stuff we continue to add to our connected world.

Watch John Chen's keynote from the BlackBerry Security Summit 2016

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Watch John Chen's keynote from the BlackBerry Security Summit 2016

If you were not able to catch our live blog to follow along with the BlackBerry Security Summit, BlackBerry has now uploaded another portion of the event following the release of Rudy Giuliani's keynote. This time around, BlackBerry CEO John Chen's keynote from the BlackBerry Security Summit 2016 has been posted for all. As expected, Chen details BlackBerry's end-to-end mobile security strategy, which includes devices and software, the Internet of Things, and more. The video is about twenty minutes long, so be sure to check it out, if you haven't already.

Media "conditioned" to ask BlackBerry about handset business, says Chen

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BlackBerry says it has a great story to tell that has nothing to do with handsets.

Symphony Secure Collaboration Service arrives on the Good Dynamics Secure Mobility Platform

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BlackBerry and Symphony Communication Services, LLC, the secure collaboration and workflow technology company, today announced the availability of Symphony's iOS application on the Good Dynamics Secure Mobility Platform.

BlackBerry and AppDome team up to enable codeless integration for apps

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BlackBerry and AppDome today announced the availability of AppDome's AppFusion service for the Good Dynamics Secure Mobility Platform from BlackBerry. With AppDome, applications can take advantage of Good Dynamics' specific secure workflow for enterprise apps without the need for developers to access the source code.

BlackBerry and AppDone team up to enable codeless integration for apps

United States Coast Guard chooses BlackBerry software for Alert Warning System expansion

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Much like the U.S. Senate, BlackBerry has now announced that its AtHoc division has expanded its relationship with the United States Coast Guard, extending the capabilities and functionality of the Coast Guard's award-winning Alert Warning System (AWS) 2.0 to include alerting for staff members in the National Capitol Region.

Secure Mobility Solutions from BlackBerry receive new U.S. Department of Defense approval

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As part of the announcements coming out of the BlackBerry Security Summit, BlackBerry has now announced that its multi-OS EMM platform BES12 and the latest BlackBerry OS 10.3.2 for smartphones have achieved STIG approval from the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) for use at the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD).

U.S. Senate will use BlackBerry software for crisis communications on Capitol Hill

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BlackBerry today announced that the U.S. Senate Sergeant at Arms Office (Sergeant at Arms) has awarded a multi-million dollar order for the BlackBerry AtHoc crisis communications software to power the Sergeant at Arms' Joint Emergency Mass Notification Systems (JEMNS) over five years.

TÜBİTAK MRC chooses QNX for its new E1000 electric locomotive

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TÜBİTAK MRC chooses QNX for its new E1000 electric locomotive

QNX Software Systems Limited today announced that the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK)-Marmara Research Center (MRC) has selected the QNX Neutrino Realtime OS as the software platform for its new E1000 electric locomotive.

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