Samsung is literally trying to conquer the mobile space. Their most recent target has been BlackBerry enterprise with the release of the SAFE Knox.

BlackBerry VP David J. Smith tells Engadget that he finds it “flattering”. Though, believes it may take them a good bit of time to catch up since BlackBerry has been doing enterprise security “since 1999.”

BlackBerry 10 coupled with BES 10 can make for the most secure environment. Combine that with the new Balance feature that manages both corporate/personal and “nothing is more secure.”

Smith also added that Android is still vulnerable due to its open architecture. Whereas BlackBerry 10 had its kernel developed in-house with the most security parameters in mind.




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