CyberSecurity Malaysia deploys BlackBerry software to protect sensitive data

Cybersecurity Malaysia has deployed trusted BlackBerry software to protect the Southeast Asian country’s most sensitive information, enable secure mobile working, and accelerate digital transformation. 

Faced with both stringent security compliance requirements and an increasingly digital workforce, CyberSecurity Malaysia — which is under the Ministry of Communications and Multimedia Malaysia (KKMM) —  needed a technology partner that would help protect the nation’s most important data whilst driving collaboration and new ways of working.  

“BlackBerry’s zero-trust approach to security helps CyberSecurity Malaysia address secure collaboration and meet new compliance requirements, but also gives us confidence that our nation’s valuable intellectual property is safe and secure with BlackBerry,” said Haji Amirudin Bin Abdul Wahab, CEO of Cybersecurity Malaysia.

The roll-out, which includes secure content collaboration software BlackBerry Workspaces and the BlackBerry Enterprise Mobility Suite (including BlackBerry Unified Endpoint Manager or UEM), provides a seamless and secure working environment for all agency staff, contractors and other third-parties.

Now, CyberSecurity Malaysia can grant specific and restricted access to certain information and track who has received, opened, or forwarded each document. 

The deployment of BlackBerry software enables staff to safely share sensitive data in a trusted environment and mitigate against cyber threats and risks of data breaches.

BlackBerry UEM, provides an integrated view of users, devices, apps and policies, across multiple ownership models and platforms, including iOS, Android, Windows 10, macOS, and Chrome OS.