Canada-based BlackBerry on Wednesday presented new cyber-security consulting products and services aimed toward enabling undertaking ‘General Data Protection Regulation’ (GDPR) compliance and mitigating safety dangers in attached vehicles that threaten private and public protection.
‘BlackBerry Cybersecurity Consulting’ will information organisations throughout the means of figuring out find out how to arrange corporate knowledge, how GDPR applies to the organisation and the way to succeed in a aggressive readiness posture, the corporate stated in a commentary.
Set to return into impact in May 2018 and appropriate to any undertaking controlling or processing ‘Personally Identifiable Information’ (PII) of European Union citizens, GDPR calls for primary adjustments to the techniques organisations would possibly accumulate, use and retailer PII about consumers and workers.
“Having been engaged with the EU Justice Directorate-General since 2012, we understand the GDPR requirements and have developed expertise to help address the full range of GDPR implications for enterprises, from situational assessment to offering DPO (Data Protection Officer)-as-a-service,” stated Carl Wiese, Global Head of Sales, BlackBerry at BlackBerry Security Summit in London.
“In addition to consulting services, we provide many necessary software solutions, making BlackBerry a one-stop shop for GDPR compliance,” Wiese added.
According to Automotive Cybersecurity and Connected Car Report from IHS Automotive, there are just about 112 million cars now attached world wide. The international marketplace for automobile cyber-security is anticipated to develop to $759 million (more or less Rs. four,925 crores) in 2023.
BlackBerry will now additionally be offering new products and services at once and thru a brand new spouse programme aimed toward serving to to get rid of safety vulnerabilities inside of attached and self sufficient cars.
“BlackBerry’s cyber-security consulting practice builds on decades of experience in information security, data protection and cyber-resilience to support our clients in protecting their most valuable assets,” Weise stated.
“As hacking evolves and new threats arise, our new cyber-security consulting services will help play a critical role in the development of secure connected and autonomous vehicles.”