BlackBerry eBBM Suite Protects Chats

— June 16, 2014

At Mobile World Congress this past February, BlackBerry announced the eBBM Suite, new family of BBM products and services aimed at enterprise customers. The solution is now here—ahead of schedule.
 
The eBBM Suite will include new services designed to enable mobile workers to be more productive on the go, while meeting enterprises’ needs for security, manageability and control. The first product in the eBBM Suite is BBM Protected.
 
Enhanced Security
As part of the suite, BBM Protected provides an enhanced security model for BBM messages sent between BlackBerry smartphones. BBM Protected brings regulated industries the most secure and reliable real-time mobile messaging experience in the industry.
 
BBM Protected is the only secure mobile instant messaging app that uses a FIPS 140-2 validated cryptographic library. It enables employees to use the same app to securely message colleagues inside the company for work as they do to chat and share with family and friends outside the company.
 
Chats aren’t limited to users inside the company; employees can chat securely with BBM Protected users at other companies too—they do not need to be on the same BES server and no federation between servers is required.
 
“We’ve been testing BBM Protected on behalf of our customers and have been impressed so far,” said Zekeria Oezdemir, Technical Director of NovaLink. “BBM Protected is the ideal solution for our banking and insurance customers who have increased security needs.”
 
The current release of BBM Protected can be used for BlackBerry smartphones running BB0S 6.0 or later or BlackBerry 10 in Regulated mode. Versions of BBM Protected for BlackBerry 10 smartphones using BlackBerry Balance and iOS and Android devices are expected later this year.

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