AmiViz to present BlackBerry Cyber Suite solutions at GITEX

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At this year, BlackBerry has partnered with AmiViz, the Middle East region’s first enterprise B2B marketplace for the weeklong show, GITEX to present BlackBerry Cyber Suite solutions powered by advanced AI, ML, and automation technologies that can enable regional organisations to adopt a prevention-first security posture.

The suite includes BlackBerry Protect, an EPP that prevents Microsoft Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, Chrome OS, and Linux systems from being compromised by malware, fileless exploits, malicious scripts, and more. All protection is applied at the endpoint automatically, without any reliance on cloud lookups or a network connection.

Highlighting the risks associated with insider threats, Keiron Holyome, Vice President, BlackBerry commented, “The most efficient way to reduce insider risks is to prevent insider incidents from occurring; so at this GITEX, it will highlight how it’s helping customers and prospects to strengthen their cybersecurity strategy through a prevention-first approach.”

Holyome further said, “We are very excited to be at GITEX 2021. After such a long period of having no face to face meetings, the entire BlackBerry team is looking forward to meet and greet new and existing customers visiting to do business at the biggest tech conference of the year.”

BlackBerry will be present at this year’s GITEX with AmiViz at their stand H1-B1 in Hall 1. The company is all geared up to welcome all the visitors at the 5-day long show and looks forward to network with partners and customers from across the region.


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