The availability of the BlackBerry Spark Platform for Unified Endpoint Security (UES) and Unified Endpoint Management (UEM), plus the 2019 acquisition of Cylance (now part of the Spark division) has led to changes in responsibilities or title for some of BlackBerry's senior leadership.
A new unified endpoint security (UES) layer for the BlackBerry Spark platform can work with BlackBerry unified endpoint management (UEM) to deliver zero trust security, according to the company.
Attackers are preying on users' assumption that legitimate app stores protect them from security issues, a security firm claims.
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