BlackBerry announced their comprehensive mobile-security platform for the Enterprise of Things, better known as BlackBerry Secure, back in December but if you're still wondering what it all entails, you'll want to tune into the 'Securing the Enterprise of Things: Introducing BlackBerry Secure' webcast that BlackBerry is hosting on March 16.
The Enterprise of Things is here: network connectivity among devices, people and processes is transforming how we do business. But this expanding connectivity is also making organizations more vulnerable to data breaches and cybersecurity threats.
Not all enterprise solutions are equally secure. Today's point product solutions don't deliver the 360° security architecture companies need.
That's why we'd like to introduce you to BlackBerry Secure, a comprehensive, mobile-native approach to security that addresses the entire enterprise, from endpoint to endpoint.
Built on BlackBerry's deep mobile security expertise and shaped by continuous technical innovation and industry partnerships, BlackBerry Secure is fueling BlackBerry's transition to a secure software company.
To learn more about BlackBerry Secure and how it can manage and connect your Enterprise of Things, register for the webcast on March 16th, 11 AM ET.
The webcast itself will be presented by David Kleidermacher, Chief Security Officer at BlackBerry and will last for about an hour. Registration is open right now, so be sure to get yourself registered to learn more.