BlackBerry has a unique approach in developing unified endpoint management (UEM), by utilizing machine learning and predictive analytics in setting new standards for a zero-trust environment. They present a new level of sophistication in all industry sectors that prioritize security.
BlackBerry’s UEM solution has been used by leading companies.
In the highly regulated industry sector, including financial services, government agencies, the energy industry, and health services.
It’s not a surprise that BlackBerry was chosen again as the leading company (Leaders) to providing UEM in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Unified Endpoint Management Tools 2019. This title was won by BlackBerry for four years in a row.
“The Internet of Things (IoT) is driving corporate transformation, but to make it successful, companies must have the ability to manage and secure their IoT infrastructure,” BlackBerry Chief Marketing Officer Mark Wilson said in a press release reported by iNews.id, Thursday (29) / 8/2019).
“BlackBerry UEM can safely operate IoT that utilizes artificial intelligence (AI) to provide endpoint control and complete policy control for a growing portfolio of devices and applications within a company. “Our customers can operate a variety of endpoints and devices with confidence because they already have security, protected data, and are able to reach compliance standards,” he said.
BlackBerry® Intelligent Security is the latest solution from BlackBerry that provides an adaptive security layer into the company’s existing UEM or the Cloud system without the need to install additional software.
This technology is the first cloud-based solution that utilizes the power of adaptive security, continuous authentication, and artificial intelligence (AI) to enhance mobile endpoint security.
This allows the IT team to dynamically adjust the security requirements and functionality of the company’s devices and applications to the real-world behavior and risk assessment of each user. This risk assessment is carefully determined using a combination of artificial intelligence and new generation spatial data.