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BlackBerry strengthens cybersecurity offering for the Canadian and U.S. Governments

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As part of their growing BlackBerry Secure portfolio of software, BlackBerry has announced it has expanded its cybersecurity offerings for the public sector to include SecuSUITE for Government, their multi-platform solution for end-to-end encryption of voice calls and text messages.

BlackBerry and Samsung supply the first spy-proof tablets to the German government

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BlackBerry has now announced at IFA Berlin that its SecuTABLET is being used by government agencies in Germany to ensure its staff can work on the go without falling victim to espionage.

SecuSUITE for Enterprise protects businesses from electronic eavesdropping

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SecuSUITE for Enterprise protects businesses from electronic eavesdropping

Initially announced back in November, BlackBerry today has now officially released SecuSUITE for Enterprise, the new VoIP, software-based, cloud-hosted solution voice encryption solution for Enterprise that works across iOS, Android and BlackBerry 10 operating systems.

Secusmart and Tata Power SED announce wide-ranging cooperation for the Indian market

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BlackBerry subsidiary Secusmart has now announced a comprehensive partnership with Tata Power Strategic Engineering Division (SED) to evaluate the design, development and marketing of a highly secure mobile communications system tailored to the needs of Government customers in India.

Germany approves SecuVOICE for BlackBerry 10 trials for NATO voice and text communication

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Germany SecuVOICE for BlackBerry 10

BlackBerry subsidiary, Secusmart has scored another win in Germany. After having been approved by the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) for the NATO Restricted security classification, the NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCI Agency) is continuing its evaluation process of the SecuVOICE for BlackBerry 10 for potential use for NATO mobile voice and text communication.

The SecuTABLET is a new, secure tablet from Secusmart, IBM and Samsung

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he SecuTABLET is a new, secure tablet from Secusmart, IBM and Samsung

And now we know why tablets were on BlackBerry CEO John Chen's mind. As we noted previously, Secusmart, IBM and Samsung teamed up for new highly secure mobile communication device and now further details have arrived via an official announcement. At CeBIT 2015, Secusmart with IBM will be presenting the SecuTABLET, a high-security tablet based on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5.

Secusmart, IBM and Samsung teaming up for new highly secure mobile communication device

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CeBIT 2015 is all set for March 16th - 20th in Hannover, Germany and BlackBerry subsidiary Secusmart has some rather interesting plans laid out for a press conference ahead of the event. According to a brief press release sent out, Secusmart, in collaboration with IBM and Samsung, will be unveiling a new device for 'highly secure mobile communication'.

BlackBerry completes acquisition of Secusmart

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BlackBerry completes acquisition of Secusmart

With the acquisition of Secusmart announced back in July and Germany having now approved the move, BlackBerry and Secusmart have finally sealed the deal and have officially announced the acquisition as complete.

"The acquisition of Secusmart underscores BlackBerry's long-standing commitment to being the best in enterprise mobile security. BlackBerry is the only vendor to offer secure and encrypted voice, text and messaging, setting us further apart from others in the industry," said John Chen, Executive Chairman and CEO, BlackBerry. "With the benefit of Secusmart's talented team at BlackBerry, we look forward to building on our leadership position in mobile security at a time when cybersecurity breaches and data theft pose ever-growing costs and threats to governments, companies and consumers."

"We're thrilled with the acquisition as we see significant opportunities to accelerate innovation for high-end secure communications solutions," said Dr. Hans-Christoph Quelle, Managing Director of Secusmart.

Germany gives thumbs-up to BlackBerry's acquisition of Secusmart

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German gives thumbs-up to BlackBerry's acquisition of Secusmart

Germany has backed BlackBerry's acquisition of mobile security company Secusmart. The government wanted to make sure that the purchase would not be a threat to Germany's security interests, as many government officials in the country use devices with Secusmart encryption.

BlackBerry announces new partnerships and broad Enterprise portfolio

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The announcements from BlackBerry came fast today at their BlackBerry for Enterprise event and they covered a lot of bases, making a complete Enterprise portfolio. New partnerships, new services, new software and more got announced.

"Our Enterprise Portfolio, with BES12 at its foundation, does so much more than just manage cross-platform devices. Amongst many other capabilities, the portfolio provides easy and safe access to corporate data, manages an array of employee IDs, and offers new ways to securely and conveniently collaborate with colleagues," said John Sims, President of Global Enterprise Services at BlackBerry.

"Today's announcements demonstrate that BlackBerry is delivering on our promise to design and develop enterprise solutions that drive secure communications and collaboration for our customers. Everything we and our broad-based ecosystem of partners, including systems integrators, mobile operators and distributors, do is to deliver greater productivity and efficiency to our customers."

If you're looking for a wrap up of everything that was announced, the press release below covers it all. You can jump down, give it a read through and hit the embedded links for more details on each announcement.

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