About BlackBerry

BlackBerry helps organizations defend against cyber threats. Founded in 1984 as Research In Motion (RIM), BlackBerry is now a leader in cybersecurity — helping businesses, government agencies, and safety-critical institutions of all sizes secure the Internet of Things (IoT).

BlackBerry Cybersecurity Driven by Cylance AI

World-class security for organizations of all sizes to defend their interests and enable hybrid workforces while reducing complexity.

CylanceENDPOINT™ leverages advanced AI to detect threats before they cause damage, minimizing business disruptions and the costs incurred by a ransomware attack. The solution combines self-defending Cylance® AI prevention, detection, and response to stop more attacks earlier and with less human intervention. It provides visibility into attacks and speeds investigation and response.
BlackBerry UEM
Enable secure productivity across an increasingly remote digital workplace with unified endpoint management (UEM) and policy control. Offers a full slate of products designed to provide best-in-class unified endpoint management that meets the needs of medium and large organizations and organizations with enhanced security needs.

BlackBerry AtHoc
The BlackBerry® AtHoc® critical event management solution combines a secure emergency notification system with incident response tools and capabilities. In a crisis, BlackBerry AtHoc gets clear and timely information to your team and the public at large—so you can keep everyone safe.
SecuSUITE solutions help especially governments, enterprises and other organizations to protect their mobile communication. By integrating SecuSUITE on premise components into existing customer infrastructures and connecting them to solution specific backend systems, Secusmart provides a holistic offering to protect clients from any electronic eavesdropping attack.