Increasing Cyber Threats Demands More Focus on Security
As government agencies collect and share more digital information, the number of cyber attacks is on the rise too. Threats against public safety, citizen privacy and national security will continue to emerge due to more data being stored online and the increasing cost of an attack.
Field-proven solutions from BlackBerry® can help government agencies develop a comprehensive, integrated approach to security to protect highly confidential data and communication, and guard against evolving threat tactics.
of citizens think increased use of technology by police, border agencies and government as a whole will make them more secure1
of citizens are less confident today than 12 months ago in government’s ability to protect against cyber threats and attacks1
In the News: BlackBerry Establishes New Subsidiary to Better Serve the U.S. Government
Headquartered in Washington, D.C., BlackBerry Government Solutions is a new independent wholly-owned subsidiary that will accelerate BlackBerry’s Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) initiatives and deepen ties with U.S. federal agencies.
Secure Confidential Information
Leverage proven BlackBerry data protection capabilities, such as secure containers, military-grade encryption, secure network operations center (NOC), and app-level security policies to safeguard your most sensitive data.
of the G7 Governments and 16 of the G20 governments trust BlackBerry
BlackBerry UEM was the first National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) certified endpoint management solution. SecuSUITE is the only NIAP certified voice solution to also be offered on the NATO Restricted Approved Product Catalogue. Both support iOS and Android.
more than any other mobile vendor
BlackBerry® AtHoc is a FedRAMP-authorized crisis communication platform. The BlackBerry® Government Mobility Suite is a FedRAMP-ready endpoint management solution.
NATO communications and information (NCI) Agency uses BlackBerry UEM and SecuSUITE to encrypt communications and voice conversations of its technology and cyber leaders wherever they communicate.
Protect Your Organization with an Endpoint-to-endpoint Approach
BlackBerry offers solutions to identify and mitigate cybersecurity threats with consulting services and tools tailored to your needs. Services include mobility diagnostics, penetration testing, forensic services and IT security training.
Prevent Cyberattacks with AI
For attackers, no target is more prized than government agencies. Elite teams execute relentless state-sponsored attacks that result in breaches and compromised systems. Hardening government assets to thwart cyberattacks requires a new, AI-based model of threat prevention. Cylance solutions protect federal high-value assets (HVAs) with endpoint AI that evolves daily, preventing cyberattacks from ever being successful.
Support All Devices and Ownership Models
BlackBerry ® UEM is designed to protect an expanding set of applications, devices and endpoints across your organization to manage and secure all your endpoints, while protecting against data breaches and cybersecurity threats. It supports Entrust Datacard for user authentication – the same credential management system trusted by governments and enterprises around the world.
Adaptive security and AI to protect all your mobile endpoints is made possible with CylancePERSONA. IT can dynamically adapt the security requirements and behaviour of enterprise devices and apps to each user’s real-world experience and risk score. Real-time risk scores are determined using AI, combined with spatial data.
Multi-Platform Secure Voice and Text
Where there’s the greatest threat, you need the highest security. SecuSUITE® is a leading solution for end-to-end encryption of voice calls and text messages. Used by more than 20 governments across the globe, it safeguards sensitive conversations against electronic eavesdropping. SecuSUITE is listed on both the NIAP Product Compliant List (PCL) and NSA Commercial Solutions for Classified Program (CSfC) List.
Networked Crisis Communication for Critical Events
BlackBerry® AtHoc networked crisis communication unifies critical communications within and between organizations, their people, devices, and external entities. It’s the most secure solution in the market, exceeding industry and government requirements including NIST SP800. BlackBerry AtHoc is also a FedRAMP Authorized crisis communication service, used and trusted by 70% of US Federal Government employees.
BlackBerry AtHoc Account enables real time visibility into personnel location and status for effective crisis management. It empowers commanders to determine which personnel are safe and which need immediate response.
BlackBerry AtHoc Connect helps enable shared situational awareness with HQ or across networked organizations bridging all government and commercial entities and strengthening coordination when every second counts. It helps meet specific government requirements outlined in H.R.615.
Communicate via all channels (telephone, smartphone, networked computers, mobile devices), to contact personnel across the entire organization. Alerts may also be sent using this emergency notification system to sirens, radios, fire panels, radio and TV systems, digital displays and similar mass communication devices.
Get the message out consistently with mass notifications across both public broadcasts and personal communications such as email, phone and mobile devices. BlackBerry AtHoc allows agencies to share authoritative information with the public in real time during crises and to integrate with FEMA's IPAWS to reach the public via CMAS/WEA, EAS and NOAA HazCollect (in the US).
When you’re running an event as complex as the G7 Summit, nothing ever goes exactly as planned. Anything can happen. BlackBerry AtHoc helps ensure that no matter what issues we encounter, we’re ready to address them quickly and efficiently.
Chief of Operations, Summit Integrated Command Center
Global Affairs Canada’s Summits Management Office
In Canada and in the United States – the governments are using BlackBerry technology. So, if they’re using that, and if they’re willing to sit with us and create the model for indigenous people, then it’s as secure as it can get anywhere.” I have a single Emergency Manager that covers the entire garrison from Grafenwoehr to Garmisch. Anything we can do that allows other trusted agents to assist managing our administrative data input for our communication capability will allow [Kim] more time to focus on other aspects of our Protection Program.
Joseph Tokwiro Norton,
Grand Chief, Mohawk Council of Kahnawake
We needed a technology partner to be just as flexible, agile, and innovative as our project was. We wanted to do extraordinary things out-of-the-box without having to invent a wheel. We looked for companies that could meet our rigorous demands, and found that with AtHoc.
Senior Technology Consultant, WA-COP
With AtHoc’s capabilities, we’re able to get alerts out much quicker than we used to and coordinate a far more effective response to emergencies. When it comes to incidents where lives are at stake, that’s a level of value you cannot truly quantify.
GIS Technology Officer, MEMA
Emergency notifications that used to take us 90 minutes to deploy are now communicated within 90 seconds using AtHoc.
Enterprise Architect and Technical Product Management, Canada House of Commons
AtHoc Connect is helping us bridge a serious communications gap between people who are located physically close to each other in the same facility, but on different networks. The most important feature for us is security of communications, and the Connect network is certainly secure.
Systems Engineer, Pentagon Force Protection Agency
We are happy with BlackBerry. The intuitive nature of their platform, its ability to support every device, and its high security are all the encouragement we need to stick with it.
Head of Client Support and ICT Services, UNISON