BlackBerry Government Solutions, approfondire i legami con le agenzie degli Stati Uniti

BlackBerry Government Solutions, approfondire i legami con le agenzie degli Stati Uniti
 
Come parte dei loro sforzi per approfondire i legami con le agenzie federali degli Stati Uniti, BlackBerry ha annunciato ufficialmente la BlackBerry Government Solutions, una nuova filiale con sede a Washington, DC guidata dal contrammiraglio Robert "Bob" E. Day, Jr., della US Coast Guard (Ret. ) che ha aderito a BlackBerry nel 2016.
"Sono in arrivo una marea di dispositivi connessi e credo che BlackBerry sia posizionata in modo univoco per aiutare il governo degli Stati Uniti a costruire e connettere in modo sicuro tutte le cose da ATV e droni a documenti, e-mail e dati tra loro", ha detto John Chen , Presidente esecutivo e CEO di BlackBerry. "Questa nuova filiale ci consente di approfondire la nostra portata all'interno del settore governativo degli Stati Uniti garantendo che le nostre soluzioni di sicurezza informatica di prossima generazione e la piattaforma Spark soddisfino le certificazioni FedRAMP e ATO, oltre a fornire ai nostri clienti un servizio di livello superiore".
Allo stato attuale, BlackBerry offre sicurezza e riservatezza dei dati a molti settori governativi tra cui il Dipartimento della Difesa, Dipartimento dell'Energia, Dipartimento della Sicurezza Nazionale, Dipartimento di Giustizia, Dipartimento dei Trasporti, Dipartimento del Tesoro e Dipartimento degli affari dei veterani e molto altro ancora, quindi avere BlackBerry Government Solutions sul posto assicurerà che BlackBerry soddisfi tutti i requisiti.
 
Di seguito il comunicato stampa:
 
BlackBerry Establishes New Subsidiary to Better Serve the U.S. Government

WASHINGTON, D.C. – March 12, 2019 – BlackBerry Limited (NYSE: BB; TSX: BB) today announced the creation of BlackBerry Government Solutions, a new independent wholly-owned subsidiary that will accelerate the company's Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) initiatives and deepen ties with U.S. federal agencies.

BlackBerry Government Solutions is headquartered in Washington, D.C and has a separate corporate governance structure from BlackBerry Limited to comply with U.S. national security requirements. It is led by Rear Admiral Robert "Bob" E. Day, Jr., U.S. Coast Guard (Ret.) who joined BlackBerry in 2016. As the President of BlackBerry Government Solutions, Bob will continue to guide BlackBerry products through FedRAMP and Agency/Component Authority to Operate (ATO) certifications, as well as oversee the mandated continuous monitoring and maintenance of BlackBerry FedRAMP cloud services.

"A tidal wave of connected devices is in sight and I believe BlackBerry is uniquely positioned to help the U.S. government securely build and connect all 'things' from ATVs and drones to documents, emails, and the data that flows between," said John Chen, Executive Chairman and CEO, BlackBerry. "This new subsidiary allows us to deepen our reach within the U.S. government sector by ensuring our next-generation cybersecurity solutions and Spark platform meet FedRAMP and ATO certifications, as well as provide our customers with a higher-level of service."

BlackBerry is the trusted provider of security and data privacy for nearly all of the Cabinet and federal departments, including the Department of Defense, Department of Energy, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Justice, Department of Transportation, Department of Treasury, and Department of Veterans Affairs. Federal agencies use BlackBerry's end-to-end software stack to securely manage connected endpoints (e.g., smartphones, tablets, laptops, and other IoT devices), as well as protect sensitive data sent via email, text messaging and voice calls. Notably, BlackBerry's crisis communication solution protects more than 70% of all U.S. federal employees.

To learn more about BlackBerry's products and services available for the government sector please visit www.blackberry.com/government.
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