Hackers have a new favourite target in the enterprise. They’ve turned their attention from servers to the growing number of devices with connectivity to corporate networks.
You want to maximize your employees’ mobile productivity, but you need to secure the explosion of endpoints with access to your sensitive company data. And don’t forget about safeguarding employee privacy and minimizing complexity for IT.
The new endpoint landscape demands a comprehensive approach to security and management. BlackBerry pioneered the mobile device management (MDM) category, then responded to changing security needs with a cross-platform enterprise mobility management (EMM) solution.
Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) is the next step in this evolution, helping you secure the full Enterprise of Things.
BlackBerry UEM delivers a trusted end-to-end security model and is the only single solution that addresses the full spectrum of potential breaches in an enterprise. It protects your data, everywhere it goes – without compromising productivity. If you want to be BlackBerry Secure, you need BlackBerry UEM.
BlackBerry is a security software and services company dedicated to securing the enterprise of things. The Enterprise of Things is the network of intelligent connections and end points within the enterprise that enable products to move from sketch to scale. BlackBerry’s integrated security software helps companies manage and secure their mobile devices and connected things and secures communications for all messaging and file types – ultimately making them BlackBerry Secure. …
Source: Introducing BlackBerry Secure
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.