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  • Prospect Capital Management Banks On Blackberry For Safety And Security

    When New York announced the closing of physical offices for non-essential businesses last March, cybercriminals quickly took advantage of an opportunity to capitalize on the general feeling of uncertainty and confusion. Read this case study to learn how a financial services firm addressed these challenges to secure their workforce.

  • Blackberry Empowers Jouve To Achieve Unified Endpoint Security Transformation

    Jouve plays a critical role in bringing digital transformation across France – but as they began to expand, they started uncovering internal process issues that were affecting their productivity. Read this case study to learn about Jouve’s unified endpoint security transformation.

  • This Major UK Trade Union Works With Blackberry For Its Mobility Needs

    As organizations grow more reliant on an increasing population of remote workers, securing access becomes a critical practice to maintain both productivity and data protection. Read this case study to learn about a recent UNISON imitative where the trade union sought to overhaul their remote worker security and access management approach.

  • Adaptive Security And Ai To Protect Mobile Endpoints

    As mobile device populations grow, they become an increasingly profitable threat for cyberattacks. This whitepaper highlights key challenges when it comes to securing mobile devices and highlights how AI and adaptive security can better protect mobile endpoints – read on to get started.

  • With Blackberry Workspaces, This International Teaching Organization Ensures Its Lessons Are One Of A Kind

    In this case study, Spirit of Math was looking to upgrade their security and access management protocols for their digital learning tools as they expanded globally and transitioned to an online learning model. Read on to see how they overcame these challenges and discover the outcomes of their partnership with BlackBerry.

  • IDC Marketscape: Worldwide Unified Endpoint Management Software 2019–2020 Vendor Assessment

    The following IDC report provides an unbiased and comprehensive analysis of BlackBerry’s Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) offering, as well as an exclusive look at the market as a whole and advice for buyers – read on to unlock the full report.

  • Building the Business Case for Least Privilege in a Zero Trust Approach to Security

    More and more organizations are putting their faith (and resources) in Zero Trust security approaches – allowing them to improve access control and security across the organization. Read this data sheet for some additional insights, business drivers and benefits of making the switch to Zero Trust.

  • With BlackBerry UEM, This Major UK Law Firm Stays Ahead In A Connected World

    Howard Kennedy, a major law firm based in the United Kingdom, recently set out to enable a Corporate-Owned, Personally-Enabled (COPE) deployment model for its lawyers while also migrating away from older devices. Read this case study to learn more about this initiative and discover why they chose BlackBerry as their strategic partner.

  • With Blackberry, This Global Law Firm Works Smarter, Better, And More Securely

    Trowers & Hamlins, an international law firm, works several high-profile clients who are increasing their demands for security and seamless mobile experience while staying within regulatory boundaries. Read this case study to discover how they partnered with BlackBerry to implement a protocol to address these demands.

  • Ransomware: What You Need To Know

    It’s predicted that by the end of 2021, a ransomware attack will occur every 11 seconds – and with an average cost of an attack being over $4 million, it’s easy to see how costly ransomware is likely to become. Read this data sheet to unlock key statistics and observations about ransomware attacks.

  • Cybersecurity Maturity Evaluation Guide

    In this Cybersecurity Maturity Evaluation Guide, discover a 4-step methodology and roadmap for organizations of all sizes to use in assessing and advancing the maturity of their cybersecurity and risk management programs – read on to get started.

  • AI-Driven Security for a Mobile World

    As the number of mobile devices grows, so too do the threats targeting them. In fact, the mobile malware and cyberattack market is one of the most lucrative for cybercriminals. Read this whitepaper to learn how you can leverage artificial intelligence to protect mobile devices without sacrificing user experience.

  • Bridging The Gap Between Zero Trust And Zero Touch With AI

    Balancing the security benefits of a Zero Trust security approach with a user-friendly experience, known as Zero Touch, can be near-impossible to master. This whitepaper highlights how to leverage AI to bridge the gap between Zero Trust and Zero Touch – read on to get started.

  • Exceeding Customer Expectations with AI-Based Endpoint Security

    Securing endpoints and data goes beyond threat prevention – today’s data breaches can have potentially devastating legal and reputational impacts. Read this case study to see how a major enterprise vendor in Hong Kong was able to address these challenges with AI-based endpoint security.

  • BlackBerry Spark Unified Endpoint Security Suite

    A true Zero Trust security approach has proven to be an effective way of protecting sensitive data, mobile endpoints and remote users. Read this infographic to explore 5 reasons you should adopt a total Zero Trust approach and learn more about the key capabilities of BlackBerry’s Unified Endpoint Security (UES) suite.

  • Scam I Am: The Trouble With Modern Authentication Approaches

    Even with the help of modern authentication approaches, organizations are still falling victim to cyberattacks and data breaches – but where are the vulnerabilities in these approaches? Read this infographic for exclusive insight into the modern authentication challenge.

  • BlackBerry Case Study: Unifying Endpoints, Securing Collaboration & Mobilizing Apps

    For organizations with a growing and distributed workforce, like Max Bögl, ensuring secure and reliable access to endpoints, mobile apps and general collaboration efforts is critical to growth. Read this case study to see how Max Bögl partnered with BlackBerry to support their growing workforce.

  • 2021 Threat Report

    Access this BlackBerry 2021 Threat Report to examine the biggest cybersecurity events of last year and the security issues likely to affect the upcoming year.

  • Blackberry Cyber Video

    According to a recent Gartner survey, leaders are planning to allow remote work even in the post-pandemic world. Watch this webinar to learn how BlackBerry is working with organizations to establish a long-term plan to secure their remote workforce.

  • What's New - BlackBerry Cyber Suite

    Today’s organizations are moving closer and closer to a zero-trust model, but with the power of AI, security operations centers can find even more context behind potential threats and incidents. BlackBerry’s Cyber Suite uses both, giving businesses a full spectrum of coverage, managed from a single console. Access this data sheet to learn more.

  • BlackBerry Cyber Suite

    In the era of remote work, balancing productivity while adhering to Zero Trust best practices has become difficult. What organizations need is a set of security controls that offer Zero Trust while maintaining a minimally invasive user experience. Read on to learn how BlackBerry is addressing these issues.

  • InSecurity Podcast: Ron Ross - Applying the NIST Framework to Home Networks

    Today’s security protocols are evolving so rapidly that organizations are in need of a framework to guide them. Who better to discuss the future of remote work and IT security than with a NIST Fellow? Listen to this gripping podcast to hear Dr. Ron Ross discuss the blindingly fast transformation from on-prem to remote work and what it means.

  • Endpoint Security for Smart Manufacturing: Protection from the Factory Floor To the Supply Chain

    Manufacturers have embraced digital transformation, which means they’re now capturing more and more data on many new and different types of endpoints, both in their factories and throughout their logistics channels. But with all that data comes added security risks. Jump into this white paper to look at these threats and their implications.

  • How to Secure Your Remote Workforce Effectively

    Remote working capabilities enable organizations to support a global workforce – and if done effectively it can yield benefits related to efficiency, flexibility and cost-effectiveness without sacrificing security. Read this eBook to learn how to secure remote workforces.

  • BlackBerry MITRE ATTACK APT29 Evaluation

    In conjunction with the framework, MITRE ATT&CK also conducts security evaluations without commentary or bias – the purpose is to provide objective information regarding how vendors fare against certain threat techniques. Download this report for BlackBerry’s analysis and interpretation of MITRE ATT&CK APT29 evaluation data.

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