As our cars become more connected and our society moves closer to wide spread autonomous driving, researchers and companies alike are calling for national standards to help secure connected vehicles.
Cooperating with law enforcement is "our basic civic responsibility," BlackBerry CEO John Chen told reporters at a media Q&A at the BlackBerry Security Summit in New York.
As the company continues to change into a more software-focused business, BlackBerry has acquired Encription, a cyber-security consultancy that delivers services globally from a secure location in Worcestershire in the UK.
Vehicle hack for Tesla model s has fix delivered over the air, and any future patching to use same method
Italian hacking team seem to have forgotten about a Blackberry version of the spyware.
The CESG, the security offshoot of GCHQ, has published in-depth guidance for users of laptop, tablet and smartphone operating systems, offering specifics on how to deploy and use the operating systems on a mobile platform.
Raimund Genes asks, If even Obama's ditching the BlackBerry, what hope does the IT department have?
Bring Your Own Device is making waves in business, but concerns remain on how employees use personal smartphones and tablets, how they're managed and the laws to which companies must adhere.
BlackBerry has introduced a 'Hub' concept into its newly launched BB10 and Z10 devices in order to deal with work and personal uses of mobile devices.