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Intelligent Security. Everywhere.

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Our Vision

Securing a connected future you can trust.


Our Mission

To be the world’s leading provider of end-to-end mobility solutions that are the most secure and trusted.

Security. Trust. Innovation.

The Internet of Things represents the next great wave in business transformation. Today, BlackBerry already secures more than 500M endpoints including 175M cars on the road.  Through independent research, Frost & Sullivan determined that BlackBerry is well positioned to secure all IoT endpoints, and upwards of 96% of all cyberthreats in the current landscape (read the Frost & Sullivan Assessment). BlackBerry is leading the way with a single platform for securing, managing and optimizing how intelligent endpoints are deployed in the enterprise, enabling our customers to stay ahead of the technology curve that will reshape every industry.

BlackBerry Quick Facts


24% of revenue invested in R&D

38,000+ patents

18 major development centers in 7 countries 



First quarter fiscal 2021 total Company non-GAAP revenue of $214 million

17th consecutive quarter of positive non-GAAP operating income

$955 million of cash at May 31, 2020


*As of May 31, 2020


All 7 of the G7 governments, 18 of the G20 governments

77% of the Fortune 500 financial services companies

Over 500M endpoints connected and protected

Over 175M vehicles connected and protected

9 of the 10 largest automotive OEMs

7 of the 7 largest automotive Tier Ones


Global Headquarters: Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

Operations in: 30 countries

Founded in: 1984

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