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As the world looks towards a culture of hybrid working, securing endpoints will be at the heart of long-term security strategies. BlackBerry’s Luke Hull, discusses the crucial role of automation in ensuring every entry point is protected.
As organisations reflect on the last 18 months, to what extent are security strategies developed in the early stages of the pandemic still fit for purpose – and how can AI be fully utilised to help secure the future of work?
As cybercriminals seek to capitalise on the chaos wrought by the pandemic, how can AI help to combat emerging threats and drive innovation in the cybersecurity space?
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Chaos and confusion dominated the enterprise cybersecurity landscape even before the Covid-19 pandemic. The increasing volume and variety of endpoints in organizations combined with ever-increasing cybersecurity threats put tremendous pressure on IT. When companies implemented security solutions with burdensome requirements, employees often turned to workarounds and shadow IT. Then the pandemic exacerbated all these challenges and revealed serious gaps in organisation’s preparedness for remote work.
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'The BlackBerry 2021 Threat Report' provides a guide on emerging trends in cyber-criminality, essential reading for security leaders and their teams looking to prioritise, prepare, prevent, detect, and respond to ever evolving cyber threats. Areas covered include the rise in attacks on the back of Covid-19; spear phishing and credential theft; cryptojacking; mobile security; and deceptive deepfakes.
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BlackBerry® Cyber is built to enable a Zero Trust security environment, focused on earning trust across any endpoint and continuously validating that trust at every event or transaction. By validating user actions, BlackBerry Cyber continuously authenticates users to deliver a Zero Touch experience that improves security with no user interruption. In this way dynamic trust is achieved across all devices, networks, data, users, and apps.
While other solutions address parts of the problem, BlackBerry Cyber provides a total solution for Zero Trust with full coverage across the full spectrum of devices, network, apps and people.
Provides a path from Zero Trust architecture to Zero Touch experience powered by true algorithmic AI
Works across all endpoint types for complete coverage and better insight into trusted behaviour
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Provides contextual and continuous authentication that spans devices, networks, apps, and people
Builds on an open platform to enable seamless integration with existing solutions
BlackBerry Protect (Endpoint Protection) – Leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning capabilities, BlackBerry® Protect provides automated malware prevention, application and script control, memory protection, and device policy enforcement. It predicts and prevents cyber-attacks with unparalleled effectiveness, ease of use, and minimal system impact.
Blackberry Optics (Endpoint Detection and Response – EDR) – Industry-leading prevention-based EDR that monitors systemic and user behaviours to automatically react to protect in real-time. Automate investigation and response with playbook-based workflows using the BlackBerry Spark® Cyber platform’s AI-based enabled technology.
BlackBerry Mobile Threat Defense (MTD) – BlackBerry Protect on mobile prevents, detects advanced malicious threats at the device and application levels. It offers advanced AI-driven threat protection to get in front of malicious cyberattacks in a Zero Trust environment.
BlackBerry Persona (Continuous Authentication) – BlackBerry® Persona creates trust based on biometrics, app usage, and network and process invocation patterns. It uses adaptive risk scoring and dynamic policy adaption across mobile devices to provide continuous authentication.
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