Blackberry to Help Air Force Implement Endpoint Mgmt, Security Platforms

Blackberry to Help Air Force Implement Endpoint Mgmt, Security Platforms

BlackBerry has been selected to provide the U.S. Air Force a set of tools designed to manage and protect devices connected to the service branch's computer network.

The service branch will have access to the Spark suite comprised of unified endpoint management and security products under an agreement with the company, BlackBerry said Tuesday.

Spark is built with artificial intelligence, machine learning and automation applications that work to support cyber threat prevention efforts.

John Chen, executive chairman and CEO at BlackBerry, said the company has supported the federal government over the past two decades.

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