BlackBerry Introduces Generative AI Cybersecurity Assistant for CISO Teams
BlackBerry Limited has recently unveiled its new Generative AI powered assistant for Security Operations Center (SOC) teams. This advanced solution acts as a SOC Analyst, providing Generative AI based cyberthreat analysis and support to enhance the operations of Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) teams. The assistant leverages private large language models (LLMs) to ensure greater accuracy and data privacy.
Designed specifically for BlackBerry’s Cylance® AI customers, this solution takes a proactive approach by predicting customer needs and providing information without the need for manual queries. It compresses hours of research into mere seconds, resulting in a natural workflow that is far more efficient than a traditional chatbot experience. Cylance is renowned for being the first AI cybersecurity solution and the first predictive cybersecurity solution in the industry, making it the ideal platform for integrating this new assistant.
Nathan Jenniges, the SVP & GM Spark at BlackBerry’s Cybersecurity Business Unit, stated that the company’s commitment to innovation has once again led them to the forefront of the industry with the introduction of their Generative AI powered cybersecurity assistant. This solution aims to help customers modernize their SOC operations and stay ahead of cyber adversaries. It will prove invaluable to CISOs who are facing challenges such as an evolving threat landscape and limited resources.
BlackBerry has a long track record of delivering transformative innovations and continues to set the standard in the technology industry. With more than five times the number of AI/ML patents compared to its competitors, BlackBerry has integrated AI across its product portfolio. The company has also taken a responsible approach to the development and management of advanced Generative AI systems by being one of the first signatories of Canada’s voluntary Code of Conduct on the matter.
The Generative AI powered cybersecurity assistant will initially be made available to a select group of customers. To learn more about this innovation and discover the future of IoT, IT, and cybersecurity, you can register for the BlackBerry Summit, which is scheduled to take place on October 17.
BlackBerry is a leading provider of intelligent security software and services for enterprises and governments worldwide. The company’s solutions secure over 500 million endpoints, including more than 235 million vehicles. Leveraging the power of AI and machine learning, BlackBerry offers innovative solutions in cybersecurity, safety, and data privacy, and is a leader in endpoint security, endpoint management, encryption, and embedded systems. With its vision to secure a connected future that can be trusted, BlackBerry continues to make significant contributions to the technology industry.
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Disclaimer: This article is generated by OpenAI’s language model.