How BlackBerry Security Begins At The Endpoints


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533500451Modern IT systems are extremely complex and securing them can be very difficult. BlackBerry works with a wide variety of systems and services, from BlackBerry 10 to Android to the Internet of Things. So how does BlackBerry secure them all? It all starts at the endpoints.

Mobile devices serve as the main endpoints for enterprise mobility. These smartphones and tablets have evolved immensely over the past few years, with power and functionality quickly approaching that of a desktop computer. Consider that the new BlackBerry Passport features a Quad-Core 2.2 GHz CPU, 3GB of RAM, a 13 MP camera that can record full 1080p video, and hundreds of thousands of apps through BlackBerry World and the Amazon Appstore for Android.

The power and complexity of mobile devices highlights the need for integrated security. But while most people focus on the OS, the security of BlackBerry is actually embedded in the…

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About Alex Manea

Alex Manea is the Director of BlackBerry Security. He is a founding member of the group that has made BlackBerry synonymous with mobile security. Alex has looked after BlackBerry product security for over 9 years, including BlackBerry smartphones, BES and BBM. He is a Certified Software Security Lifecycle Professional and has an Honors degree in Systems Design Engineering from the University of Waterloo.

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