On Monday BlackBerry launched BlackBerry Intelligent Security, which uses a combination of behavioral and contextual factors to secure endpoints dynamically.
Some of the unique contextual factors include:
BlackBerry Intelligent Security learns the trusted locations, frequency and patterns of users based on analysis of anonymized location and other behavioral inputs to determine behavior and location-based risk score. Locations can be predefined with a set of policy actions to be executed when a user is within the location boundaries.
BlackBerry Intelligent Security learns the frequency of network use and adjusts security dynamically based on that profile. For example, the solution would adjust the risk score accordingly for a user who is accessing any new Wi-Fi for the first time.
Time & Usage Anomalies
BlackBerry Intelligent Security learns how and when employees normally access data to protect against instances of anomalous behavior.
Device and App DNA
BlackBerry Intelligent Security builds a uniquely identifying signature for trusted, compliant devices and apps, and uses that signature to detect and block access attempts by rogue, non-compliant devices.
“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.”
BlackBerry notes BlackBerry Intelligent Security is the first solution built on top of the BlackBerry Spark platform and when coupled with CylancePERSONA, BlackBerry can now real-time adaptive security with AI for all endpoints including mobile and desktop. If you’re looking to learn more about BlackBerry Intelligent Security, be sure to check out the BlackBerry site.
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