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Pakistan's government no longer seeking access to BlackBerry traffic data
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Blackberry to stay in Pakistan as country abandons demand for ...

WATERLOO, Ont.—BlackBerry says it will remain operating in Pakistan after that country's government backed off from its request to gain access to the company's servers. Marty Beard, chief operating officer of BlackBerry, wrote on the company's ... Canadian Plant, 1 month ago
BlackBerry to remain in Pakistani market MyInforms, 1 month ago
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Broadway World

BlackBerry exits Pakistan to avoid state's e-mail monitoring

Telecommunication giant will disallow authorities in the nation to monitor its main business enterprise server and e-mail messages Karachi: BlackBerry Ltd said it's shutting its Pakistan operations to avoid allowing authorities in the nation to ...
 Gulf News2 months ago GSX Solutions Rolls Out Proactive Monitoring of SQL Server  Disaster Recovery Journal1 week ago GSX Solutions Launches GSX 365 Enterprise Management  4 Traders1 month ago GSX Rolls Out Support for the Microsoft Active Directory  SPi World News1 day ago
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Africa Telecom&IT

Blackberry says will continue operations in Pakistan

Pakist­an Teleco­mmunic­ation Author­ity had demand­ed that the compan­y give access to its BlackB­erry Enterp­rise Servic­es A Blackberry sign is seen in front of their offices on the day of their annual general meeting for ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago BlackBerry to Stay in Pakistan after BES Encryption 'Victory'  Infosecurity Today1 month ago BlackBerry remaining in Pakistan after data access imbroglio  Africa Telecom&IT1 month ago Blackberry to Continue Pakistan Operations After Gov't Backs Down  Wireless Week1 month ago
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Dutch Police Claims It Can Access BlackBerry Encrypted Data

BlackBerry provides its customers with the safest methods of communication thanks to the encryption its servers provide. Sadly, that's one of the reasons the criminal organizations are using BlackBerry devices to carry out attacks since their ...
 Softpedia3 weeks ago BlackBerry PGP handsets 'cracked' by Dutch cyber cops  V3.co.uk3 weeks ago Dutch police claim they can crack PGP-encrypted BlackBerrys  Extreme Tech3 weeks ago BlackBerry Hits Back At PGP Encryption Cracking Claims  Packet Storm3 weeks ago
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BlackBerry leaving Pakistan after data monitoring spat

Pakistani government wanted BlackBerry to share data generated by enterprise clients Canadian company BlackBerry plans on leaving the Pakistan market after a disagreement with the Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA) regarding access to ...
 RCR Wireless News2 months ago BlackBerry to stay in Pakistan  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago
Entrepreneur.com

BlackBerry CEO Blasts Apple's Approach to Security

BlackBerry CEO John Chen entered the red-hot encryption debate on Thursday, writing a blog post explaining his company's nuanced stance on whether governments or private companies should have a way to unscramble private communications to help catch ...
 Entrepreneur.com1 month ago BlackBerry CEO Calls Out Apple's Approach to Security  Fortune1 month ago BlackBerry CEO John Chen Calls Out Apple's Approach to Security  Fortune1 month ago
Computer Dealer News

BlackBerry ordered to leave Pakistan after denying government server access

BlackBerry will be forced to cease operations in Pakistan on Dec. 30 after refusing the government its request to monitor BlackBerry Enterprise Service traffic, according to a blog post written by Marty Beard, chief operating officer at BlackBerry .
 Computer Dealer News2 months ago BlackBerry to exit Pakistan, after government demanded unrestricted access to its servers  Neowin.net2 months ago BlackBerry pulls out over new rule  Herald Live2 months ago BlackBerry Exits Pakistan over Data Access Row  Naharnet2 months ago
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BusinessTodayNG.com

BlackBerry releases security, management mobility suite

BLACKBERRY ANNOUNCES GOOD SECURE EMM SUITES FOR A NEW CLASS OF MOBILE ENTERPRISE PRODUCTIVITY WITH CERTIFIED SECURITY BlackBerry Ltd. today introduced the new Good Secure EMM Suites by BlackBerry, a comprehensive set of mobile security, ...
 Stockwatch1 week ago BlackBerry Announces Good Secure EMM Suites for a New Class of Mobile Enterprise Productivity With Certified Security  4 Traders1 week ago BlackBerry launches new Good Secure EMM Suites  India Infoline1 week ago BLACKBERRY : Announces Good Secure EMM Suites for a New Class of Mobile Enterprise Productivity With Certified Security  4 Traders1 week ago
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DialogHub unveils Blackphone 2 in Malaysia — with a RM 3,599 price tag

Silent Circle (SC), the Switzerland based enterprise security company that gave us the Blackphone back in June of 2014, has followed up on the buzz the original created with an all new Blackphone 2; but that's just half the story. The real news here ...
 TechAttack4 weeks ago
MobileSyrup.com

BlackBerry says it will no longer leave the Pakistani market

10:59amOver the past couple of months,BlackBerry has been preparing to exitthe Pakistani market following BlackBerry Enterprise Server access requests from the country's government.However, it now looks like the Waterloo-based company has reached an ...
 MyInforms1 month ago
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