‘Most home networks are unsecured, wave of cybercrime underway’
European employers rarely secure the home networks of employees. At the same time, smart consumer devices are increasingly popular. "The perfect conditions for cybercriminals", BlackBerry warns in a new report.
The organization spoke with thousands of remote workers across Europe. 25 percent sa... Read more
‘Symbiote malware hides like a parasite in Linux OS’
Researchers at Intezer and BlackBerry discovered a new malware variant for Linux-based operating systems. Symbiote behaves like a parasite to evade detection.
The Linux malware latches onto operating systems' processes. Ultimately, Symbiote allows hackers to intercept login data and set up backd... Read more
BlackBerry collaborates with Midis Group to boost growth in EMEA
Utilizing tech expertise to improve cyber security, BlackBerry has recently collaborated with Midis Group to boost growth across Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
As one of the most famous tech brands globally, known for secure communications and smartphones, BlackBerry Limited announ... Read more
BlackBerry: ‘Amazon hosts malicious Cobalt Strike payloads’
Initial access brokers are on the rise, cybercriminals professionalize and SMBs have a growing target on their back. That's what BlackBerry's research team concludes in the new BlackBerry Threat Report 2022.
Thee years ago, the Ponemon Institute surveys SMBs worldwide. It concluded that more tha... Read more
‘Log4j in VMware Horizon is being exploited by access brokers’
BlackBerry security researchers conclude that hacking group Prophet Spider is actively exploiting a Log4j vulnerability in unpatched VMware Horizon servers.
In December 2021, VMware published a patch to fix a Log4j vulnerability in VMware Horizon. A month later, a UK government security team war... Read more
Blackberry OS is shutting down
Blackberry phones will soon be rendered useless as the company phases out their OS for good.
Blackberry was the crème de la crème of smartphones during its initial years. People got so attached to it that it is not surprising to see someone still using a blackberry device. There is bad news, h... Read more
BlackBerry releases Guard 2.0, focuses on XDR functionality
BlackBerry releases a major update of its MDR service. Guard 2.0 offers XDR functionality. The service is based on technology from partner Exabeam.
Guard 2.0 expands Guard 1.0 with XDR functionality (Extended Detection and Response). With this, BlackBerry wants to offer its customers more endpoi... Read more
BlackBerry Delivers Secure Modern Authentication for Microsoft 365
Secure authentication between Blackberry and Microsoft 365 is now seamless.
Blackberry announced that it has enhanced the integration of BlackBerry® Unified Endpoint Manager (UEM) and Microsoft 365, so enterprises can benefit from BlackBerry’s leadership in security while using Microsoft’s ... Read more
BlackBerry software flaw could affect cars and medical devices
A cybersecurity flaw in BlackBerry-designed software could expose cars and medical equipment that use it, possibly risking exfiltration or destruction of highly sensitive systems and data. This information comes from the U.S. drugs regulator and a federal agency.
The warning comes on the heels o... Read more
AI puts emphasis back on prevention of cyber attacks
Prevention is better than cure, or so the well-known adage goes. At cybersecurity events over the past decade, this seemed to be less and less the aim of vendors. More and more investments went towards detection and response, prevention became more or less an afterthought. AI can change this again,... Read more