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Worldwide Unified Endpoint Management Software 2021 Vendor Assessment

In the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Unified Endpoint Management Software 2021 Vendor Assessment, BlackBerry was positioned as a leader of UEM software technology. Read this report to learn more about why BlackBerry was named a Leader.

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    Understanding how a security tool would stack up to the rigors of today’s cyberthreat landscape – before you make your purchase – is invaluable.

    Access this SE Labs Intelligence-Led Testing Report to discover how BlackBerry Protect and Optics performed against a range of hacking attacks designed to compromise systems and target networks in the same way a cybercriminal would.

    Check out the report to learn how BlackBerry did.

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    Over the past ten years, healthcare organizations have become the most targeted industry for cyber criminals, sustaining over 24% of all breaches.

    The BlackBerry Spark UES Suite can keep med tech devices secure and ensure that doctors, nurses, and patients have precise care information exactly when they need it.

    Access this white paper to learn about the benefits of the Blackberry Spark UES Suite including:

    • Eliminating the need for antivirus database updates
    • Allowing it to be deployed into air-gapped environments
    • Increasing efficacy against attacks such as zero-day threats and previously unknown malware
    • Achieving these benefits for med tech devices without impacting device functionality

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