BlackBerry will be hosting the BlackBerry Security Summit on July 29 in New York City. This exclusive event is meant to address current and emerging trends in secure enterprise mobility.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen, and members of his senior leadership team will be in attendance along with BlackBerry partners, customers and industry experts. The Summit will feature discussions and demos about today’s security threats, future security risks associated with the Internet of Things, investments in mobile security and security imperatives for regulated industries such as healthcare, financial services and government.
With Apple and IBM announcing a new enterprise partnership, and Blackphone lashing back at BlackBerry’s original #BBFactCheck post, I get the feeling BlackBerry CEO John Chen may have a few interesting things to say.
N4BB will be there covering the event live, and we’ll have a recap of all the news and information to come out of the BlackBerry Security Summit afterwards. Hey, we may even get to see a Passport and/or Classic in person. You never know.