Blackberry Cyber Security is real now, as the company has moved from a phone maker to an effective AI cybersecurity company.
BlackBerry was once number one in the U.S., but now they’re not even close. Almost half of the smartphone users in the U.S use iPhones.
BlackBerry was known for its advanced security features and its highly secure keyboards. However, after its user base began to dwindle, BlackBerry changed direction, taking some of the company’s core elements with them.
After several failed attempts at making smartphones, BlackBerry finally decided to stop making them altogether. Instead, it focused its efforts on cybersecurity and other related services.
Currently, BlackBerry has two main divisions: one for cybersecurity and another for the Internet of Things (IoT).
It has two units focused on different types of security issues. One unit deals with smartphones and apps, and another one deals with IoT devices (the internet of things).
BlackBerry’s technology is used in roughly 215 million vehicles, and this side of BlackBerry continues to grow, says the company.
Blackberry Cyber Security Is A Future In Automotive
If we take a closer glance at the automotive sector, we see that its market size is expected to grow significantly between 2020 and 2030.
BlackBerry faces competition in the cybersecurity industry, but analysts expect the company to be able to grow its revenue at a slower rate than in the past.
BlackBerry cybersecurity uses predictive artificial intelligence (AI) technology to stop unknown, known, and custom malicious code from executing. It combines behavioral rules and AI-based ML models to provide advanced endpoint security.
Customers can protect their endpoints from malware, phishing attacks, and other threats by using an enterprise security platform called BlackBerry Cyber Suite that focuses on building trust between employees and their devices.
It has been, and will continue to be, an exciting transition to watch unfold as Blackberry Cyber Security continues to move away from phones and into AI cybersecurity solutions.