BlackBerry Workspaces – Gartner Names Workspaces a Visionary 3 Years in a Row

BlackBerry Workspaces (formerly known as WatchDox by BlackBerry) is a modern, highly secure file management platform that enables effortless, multi-OS synchronization and sharing. Workspaces solutions limit the risk for data loss or theft by embedding Digital Rights Management (DRM) security into each individual file, so your content remains secure and within your control, even after it is downloaded and shared outside of your organization. …

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BlackBerry Partners with ISARA to Secure the Quantum Future

When you hear about quantum physics, you’re probably more likely to envision a science lab or a Hollywood movie than your home or office environment. But the reality is that quantum computing is actually much closer to science fact than science fiction, with large-scale machines potentially becoming available within the next decade. …

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DNC Hackers Are Using Apple Mac Spyware Code From FBI Surveillance Vendor, Claims Ex-NSA Researcher

Earlier this week, malware said to belong to the Russian group behind the hack of the Democratic National Committee, known as APT28 or Fancy Bear, leaked online. Though novel both for its targeting of Apple Macs and iPhone backups, the surveillance tool’s real intrigue lies underneath the hood. According to Patrick Wardle, an ex-NSA staffer and head of research at bug hunting firm Synack, a significant chunk of the APT28 Mac spyware looks much like that shipped by Italian spyware vendor Hacking Team, which sold to both Russian and U.S. government agencies. Ex-NSA staffer is “100 per cent” sure Russia either borrowed or bought Hacking Team’s malicious code. …

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Researchers discover over 170 million exposed IoT devices in major US cities | ZDNet

Researchers have discovered more than 178 million Internet of Things (IoT) devices visible to attackers in the ten largest US cities. While the research focuses on visibility rather than vulnerabilities, bugs, and security flaws, having millions of devices with open ports and viewing potential can leave them exposed to cyberattacks and use in DDoS attacks. …

Source: Researchers discover over 170 million exposed IoT devices in major US cities | ZDNet

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