BlackBerry announces first AI-based Mobile Security Cloud Solution

Canadian Multinational Company BlackBerry Limited has announced the worlds first AI-powered Mobile Security cloud solution which leverages the power of adaptive security, continuous authentication, and Artificial Intelligence to enhance mobile endpoint security in ‘Zero’ trust environments.


Dubbed as BlackBerry Intelligent Security, it’s a platform where contextual and behavioral factors are combined to form a unique threat thwarting solution adhered with a calculated risk score. Thus, based on the risk score, each user will be allowed to access specific device apps and services, pre-determined by the IT administrator.


Hence, this whole automated Mobile Security arrangement provides granular control and delivers a better and more productive end-user experience- all without the cut down in the organization’s regulatory and security policies.


Factors such as network trust, behavioral location, Time & usage Anomalies, and Device and App DNA are used by the AI-based BlackBerry Intelligent Security platform while detecting mobile security threats.


“As Cyber threats are emerging with increasing velocity and complexity, traditional security models are no longer found to be effective in thwarting threats. Thus, BlackBerry Limited has come up with a machine learning-based mobile security cloud platform which does detection along with predictive analytics in an automated way in zero-trust environments”, said Bryan Palma, President, and COO, BlackBerry.


Note- BlackBerry Intelligent Security is built on the top of BlackBerry Spark Platform– a platform built for securely connecting Internet of Things (IoT); backed by CylancePERSONA– an AI-based problem solver for all kinds of password troubles.

Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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