NEW YORK CITY – Blackberry held its third annual Security Summit in New York City on Tuesday.
This year’s event consisted of a general session in the morning, several breakout sessions in the afternoon and one exclusive media Q&A session with CEO John Chen.
During both the general session and Q&A, Chen stressed BlackBerry’s pivot to become primarily a software company and touted the company’s security measures, particularly for enterprise customers.
In case you couldn’t make it, here are some of the other main takeaways from the summit as told by Twitter:
On encryption struggles with law enforcement and the government:
On collaborations with industry players:
On IoT security:
BlackBerry’s big news of the day:
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