Another best of list in which Blackberry appears.
The Saas Report has published their list of the world’s top 25 cyber companies, of course, it’s according to their opinion, and one of the companies that is there is none other than Blackberry. According to the authors of the list is a number of months of research conducted on leading companies through CEOs of companies around the world and of course professionals.
Among the companies on the list are Symantec, Fire Eye, Fortinet and Israel CyberArk. Companies such as Mcafee and Trend Micro are also on the list.
This is excellent advertising for BlackBerry as one that secures the G7 and of course invests heavily in research and development. Just recently, BlackBerry acquired the $ 1.4 billion Cylance AI company specializing in cybersecurity to continue upgrading its capabilities.
BlackBerry’s fundamental change began two years ago after its chief executive, John Chen, decided that the BlackBerry would return to its origins, that is to say, a high level of endpoint security that, in keeping with today’s times, is the world of IoT and connected vehicles, but not only.