So BlackBerry finally broke the "news". It won't make its own phones anymore. Rather, it'll let partners manufacture them, then just stamp its logo on top. Kind of exactly what it did with the DTEK50!? Right. So now that we have this official confirmation, we can't help but ask the big question. What will this mean for BlackBerry security?
So maybe you heard over the weekend that hackers had reengineered the 8th and final TSA (Transport Service Administration) master key, which opens physical locks made by Safe Skies. This, by itself, is big news, but the real takeaway is that master keys are always a huge risk in security, whether in the physical or in the virtual world.
Montréal, Canada - July 12, 2016
Secure Group just announced the new version of their flagship Secure BlackBerry products. Secure BlackBerry has gone a long way in development; however new important changes are added that affect the device enrolment and subscription activation process.
These modifications are part of the entire redesign for smooth experience of both the end users; and Secure Group’s resellers.
And that’s not all: as part of this Release, Secure Chat is given upon request to end users for free.
Chances are pretty high that information about you or people you know was compromised in 2015. Why?