BlackBerry has announced the launch of BlackBerry Intelligent Security, the first cloud-based solution that leverages the power of adaptive security, continuous authentication and artificial intelligence (AI) to enhance mobile endpoint security in zero trust environments.
BlackBerry Intelligent Security uses a combination of contextual and behavioural factors to dynamically adapt security requirements and calculate a unique risk score for each interaction. Using this unique risk score, a mobile user can be granted access to specific device applications and services, as defined by IT administrators. This provides granular control and delivers a better, more productive end user experience - all without sacrificing an organisation’s regulatory and security policies.
BlackBerry Intelligent Security utilises a range of behavioural, device and other characteristics to seamlessly secure endpoints. Some of the unique contextual factors include:
“The increasing velocity and complexity of threats render traditional security models incapable of fully satisfying critical requirements,” said Bryan Palma, BlackBerry President and COO. “BlackBerry Intelligent Security’s real-world context, machine learning and predictive analytics set a new standard for a zero trust environment - bringing a new level of sophistication to all industries where security is essential.”
“Enterprises want to move from passive to real time adaptive security solutions. With BlackBerry Intelligent Security, organisations are now able to dynamically adapt security policies based on situational risk for all employees using their personal devices,” said Phil Hochmuth, Program Vice President, Enterprise Mobility & Client Endpoint Management, IDC.
BlackBerry Intelligent Security is the first solution built on top of the BlackBerry Spark platform. Coupled with CylancePERSONA, BlackBerry now offers real time adaptive security with AI for all endpoints - from mobile to desktop.