May 10, 2017
7:00 PM – 8:00 PM CEST
Public Safety and Policing organizations are facing some of the most unprecedented challenges as they deal with an evolving crime landscape, increase in the number of emergencies, and internal pressures of doing more with less. Technology solutions of the past decades are simply not agile enough, nor capable of helping law enforcement collaborate securely and resourcefully for quicker decision making.
Please join our webcast with an Industry Security Leader, BlackBerry, and discover how secure technology solutions can make a difference in community policing and the safety of officers and citizens by optimizing operations and communications across your systems, people and processes.
Learn how to help your organization achieve the following:
- Improved commander awareness and less reliance on Land Mobile Radio
- Instant Interoperability between staff and first responders
- Greater effectiveness in coordinating emergency response including dispatching off-duty officers
- Spend more time in the community versus at the desk
- Mobilize staff beyond uniform and vehicle
- Improve administrative processes through efficient document workflow and statement filing methods
- Improve process of sharing key documents internally and externally with other police or government agencies
We will also discuss success stories on how law enforcement and police agencies are innovating and advancing operations and processes to achieve their goals:
- Reducing statement processes from 90-45 minutes
- Recording & updating a report of missing person from 90-10 minutes
- Recording & updating incidents from 30- 5 minutes
- Recording & updating crimes from 75-30 minutes
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On BlackBerry’s new Enterprise Webcast Central you will find a library of informative webcasts regarding topics including End-to-End Security, MDM, IoT, secure Enterprise Software and much more.
Also you can register for upcoming webcasts and updates on this website.
Source: Enterprise Webcast Central
April 25, 2017
11:00 am, London
A practical overview of the regulation, the latest market research from IDC and how BlackBerry can assist
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect from May 2018 and represents a major step towards a digital single market. While it’s an opportunity to promote trust between consumers and organisations, it will mean significant challenges in the way data is managed.
The ramifications of non-compliance are substantial, so now is the time to start planning to minimize risk with the changes to the regulation only 14 months away.
What is the GDPR?
The GDPR’s primary aim is to ensure individuals are in control of the use and distribution of their private data, and to implement a harmonized approach across the EU. It is the largest overhaul of data protection legislation since its inception.
How will it affect your business?
The GDPR’s scope extends to all companies processing the data of EU residents. This includes companies outside the EU targeting individuals inside the EU.
Fines of either €10/€20 million or 2/4% of annual global revenue, whichever is highest, can be imposed on companies found not to comply with the GDPR.
Organisations will now have to notify their countries Data Protection Office of any breach within 72 hours of becoming aware.
Data Protection Officers
Organisations will need to employ a Data Protection Officer (DPO) who will need expert knowledge on the specifics of the data security. The DPO will be accountable for data protection within the organisation …
Key Learning Objectives:
- Get a good basic overview of the GDPR
- Understand the latest market research from IDC
- See how BlackBerry software and services can help you protect your critical data
Director, BlackBerry Cyber Security Services
Research Director, European Security Practice
March 28, 2017
11:00 am to 12:00 am
Eastern Daylight Time
Join us for a demonstration of the industry-leading Enterprise File Synchronization and Sharing solution, BlackBerry Workspaces, and see how easy it is to enhance your security posture, reduce your costs, and increase your team’s efficiency.
Workspaces protects your files at rest, in transit and on all devices with 256-bit encryption. Our unique file security provides access control and enforces digital rights management, meaning that you can control who can access your files and what they can do once they have them. Best of all, Workspaces protects your files even after they have left your firewall and you can change or revoke file security settings remotely at any time.
About the presenter:
Claude Leroux, Technical Solutions Manager
AtHoc, a division of BlackBerry Limited, is the pioneer and recognized leader in networked crisis communication, protecting millions of people and thousands of organizations around the world.
AtHoc provides a seamless and reliable exchange of critical information among organizations, their people and devices. A trusted partner to the U.S. Departments of Defense and Homeland Security, and safeguards numerous other government agencies and leading commercial enterprises.
You will learn about:
- How governments and commercial organizations have used AtHoc
- Where your organization can benefit from a Critical Mass Communication System
- The features that give you an advantage in your industry.
- March 15th, David Cho, 9:00 a.m. PST
- March 23rd, Gener Abella, 11 a.m. PST
- April 18th, David Cho, 9:00 a.m. PST
- April 26th, Gener Abella, 11 a.m. PST
- May 16th, David Cho, 9:00 a.m. PST
- May 25th, Gener Abella, 11 a.m. PST
April 05, 2017 02:00 PM EDT
Every developer is in search of an embedded operating system platform that boasts performance and security, which are the hallmarks of the new QNX Software Development Platform 7.0. (QNX SDP 7.0). Join us as we examine market forces and industry challenges in the automotive and general embedded sectors that drive 64-bit and 32-bit technology today and describe how BlackBerry QNX addresses them. This will be followed by a preview of the advances in performance, security and safety provided by QNX SDP 7.0 that make this an ideal solution for the next generation of connected and automated vehicles.
Leo Forget, Project Manager, BlackBerry QNX
John Wall, Senior Vice President and Head of BlackBerry QNX
Brandon Lewis, OpenSystems Media
Source: What’s New in QNX® SDP 7.0?