BlackBerry’s latest innovations, BlackBerry Optics 3.0 and BlackBerry Gateway, offer a comprehensive defence against threats targeting devices, networks, and user identity.
BlackBerry introduces BlackBerry Optics 3.0, its next-generation cloud-based endpoint detection and response (EDR) solution and BlackBerry Gateway, the company’s first AI-empowered Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) product.
Rooted in a prevention-first and AI-driven approach, BlackBerry’s new endpoint and network security capabilities will help differentiate BlackBerry’s extended detection and response (XDR) strategy.
According to Forrester research Adapt or Die: XDR is on a Collision Course With SIEM and SOAR, XDR unifies EDR with other security and business tooling.
The research reads: “EDR gives granular visibility and provides precise response actions for endpoints. However, it lacks visibility and response actions for other parts of the business, like non-endpoint related network telemetry, email behaviours, and cloud environments, leaving security analytics to pick up the slack. XDR provides needed visibility and control to other parts of the business through integrations that combine EDR data with other types of telemetry.”
The new cloud-native architecture and Advanced Query capability that supports Optics 3.0 is integral to BlackBerry’s XDR strategy, says BlackBerry. With Optics 3.0, Edge AI threat detection and automated response capabilities execute directly on the…