Trends in mobile business security
Daniel Baudino,
Senior Country Product Manager - Product Strategy
Tendencias Moviles
Seguridad
Internet de las Cosas
Tendencias Moviles
Voz
La historia comienza en 1973, cuando Motorola hace la primer
llamada entre celulares.
1G: Primer lanzamiento comercial...
Grande…
…pero simple
Voz
Start
2G: En 1991 el lanzamiento del primer sistema GSM.
Ese mismo ano se manda el primer SMS (mensaje de texto).
Digi...
690 MHz 940 MHz 1190 MHz 1440 MHz 1690 MHz 1940 MHz 2190 MHz 2440 MHz 2690 MHz
DL-FDD
UL-FDD5
8
2
3
2G Bands
4 bandas para...
Achicandose…
…pero todavia simple
Voice
Start
3G: La coneccion movil de banda ancha esta disponible en el 2000.
Internet
Text
Data SmartPhones Empresa
1970 ...
690 MHz 940 MHz 1190 MHz 1440 MHz 1690 MHz 1940 MHz 2190 MHz 2440 MHz 2690 MHz
DL-FDD
UL-FDD
5
8
1
4
2
UMTS Bands
5 bandas...
Finalmente…
…los dispositivos se ponen mas complejos
Voice
Start
En 2006 Facebook, Twitter, Flicker se hacen populares.
Los planes de datos se hacen mas economicos.
Liderado p...
y…
…se popularizan
Voice
Start
1970 1991 2000 2008 2014 2016
Text
Data SmartPhones
Cloud
4G: Velocidades mas altas de datos
SmartPhones Los d...
y…
…datos son generados
690 MHz 940 MHz 1190 MHz 1440 MHz 1690 MHz 1940 MHz 2190 MHz 2440 MHz 2690 MHz
DL-FDD
UL-FDD
5
8
1
4
2
3
6
7
9
10
11
12
13...
Cual es el futuro de los Moviles?
Mas dispositivos conectados
Salud
E-commerce
Bancos/Finanzas
El mundo se mueve a “X-veces”
10 veces de dispositivos conectados
100 veces las aplicaciones que usan datos – consumidor/e...
El desafio…
…complejidad
BLACKBERRY
Conectando el mundo
…en forma segura
Seguridad es la base de lo que hacemos en BlackBerry!
• Ningun fabricante en el mercado puede alcanzar los niveles de segu...
Seguridad PLUS+
Seguridad es la base de lo que hacemos en BlackBerry!
• Hardware y OS seguro
• BES / Workspace seguro (dat...
Seguridad PLUS+
Seguridad es la base de lo que hacemos en BlackBerry!
• Hardware y OS seguro
• BES / Workspace seguro
• In...
Seguridad PLUS+
Seguridad es la base de lo que hacemos en BlackBerry!
• Hardware y OS seguro
• BES / Workspace seguro
• In...
SECURITY PLUS+
Seguridad es la base de lo que hacemos en BlackBerry!
• Hardware y OS seguro
• BES / Workspace seguro
• Inf...
Seguridad PLUS+
Seguridad es la base de lo que hacemos en BlackBerry!
• Hardware y OS seguro
• BES / Workspace seguro
• In...
Productos
Corporativos
Solucion BlackBerry end to end
Dispositivos para Negocios
Empresas continuan
inviertiendo en
dispositivos
corporativos
83.9M
Dispositivos corporativos
Se...
BlackBerry continua ofreciendo el sistema EMM/MDM
multiplataforma
John Chen, CEO
“
”
I am not allowed, for security reasons,
to have an iPhone
President Barack Obama
Full Operational Capability
on U.S. Depar...
• Gobierno
• Defensa
• Salud
• Servicios Financieros
• Manufactura
• Servicios Profesionales
• Energia
Top 5
largest oil &...
Smartphones BlackBerry para todo el mundo.
La maxima seguridad se obtiene en dispositivos BlackBerry
Premium
Standard
Busi...
INTERNET of THINGS
Solo el comienzo...
The Internet of Things (IoT) es un
término que se refiere a una red
de objetos cotidianos
interconectados
100s de sensores Hasta 3Gb por mes
Millones de automoviles usando BlackBerry-QNX
Exabytes de datos por mes
Millones de automoviles…
gamification de la salud
…a una ciudad
De una persona…
Voice
Start
1970 1991 2000 2008 2014 2016
Text
Data SmartPhones
Cloud
4G: Conectividad mas rapida
SmartPhones generan gran...
Voice
Start
Text
Data SmartPhones
Cloud
Mas y mas dispositivos conectados
Big Data
Internet of Things
SmartPhones
SmartPho...
50 mil millones de dispositivos en 2020
Predicciones…
Miles de millones de
transacciones y
multiples exabytes
La tecnologi...
• Complejidad
• Big Data
…necesitan privacidad
Casas inteligentes…
Casas inteligentes…
…necesitan privacidad
…mas datos
Ciudades Inteligentes…
Compras a diario… privaci
• Complejidad
• Big Data
• Privacidad
Collecion de datos, a
traves de redes
sociales
Machine
learning algorithms
Crear proyecciones
comparando con
otras regione...
• Complejidad
• Big Data
• Privacidad
• Gran Analisis
Planeacion…
• Complejidad
• Big Data
• Privacidad
• Gran Analisis
• Gran Informacion
• Complejidad
• Big Data
• Privacidad
• Gran Analisis
• Gran Informacion
}Gran Responsabilidad
Nuevas herramientas…
Secure
Connectivity
Devices Enterprise Ready
IoT
Cloud
INTERNET de las COSAS
Project Ion
• Una plataforma de aplicaciones seguras
• Facilitación del ecosistema para la Internet ...
Gracias
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  • MC:
    GOOD MORNING! MY NAME IS JIM MACKEY AND I AM GOING TO WALK YOU THROUGH BLACKBERRY’S STRATEGY AND VISION. THE MOBILITY WORLD IS MOVING FAST AND IT IS OUR DESIRE TO CONNECT EVERYONE AND EVERYTHING SECURELY.
  • connected devices (all end points)
    Apps - BYOA & Corporate deployed
    Data – big data, big influxes of data from M2M connections, fleet monitoring, hospital device connections
    Collaboration opportunities – be productive from anywhere using your preferred device (laptop, tablet, smartphone, machine) and preferred app
    Access – end users will be able to access any content from any device
  • MC:
    GOOD MORNING! MY NAME IS JIM MACKEY AND I AM GOING TO WALK YOU THROUGH BLACKBERRY’S STRATEGY AND VISION. THE MOBILITY WORLD IS MOVING FAST AND IT IS OUR DESIRE TO CONNECT EVERYONE AND EVERYTHING SECURELY.
  • Operating system security is arguably the most important component of mobile device security. It’s often overlooked – unlike security tools, controls, and features, or corporate sandboxes, the security of the operating system is generally more opaque to the observer. OS source code is typically not shared, and even if it is, it very difficult to assess the security of millions of lines of code.
    It’s a fundamental tenet of security that the integrity of the operating system must be protected, otherwise and security controls or applications running on the operating system
    The PlayBook operating system is a hardened version of QNX, and it offers several major security benefits:
    QNX implements a microkernel – there are only about 150,000 lines of code
    This helps avoid vulnerabilities in the first place – a lot less code to cause security problems.
    Secondly, because there is a lot less code, if makes security verification and testing more thorough and robust, given a fixed amount of rsources.
    QNX is also designed for resiliency:
    The microkernel isolates process in the user space, outside the kernel.
    Any unresponsive processes are automatically restarted, without affecting any others.
    Also, by design, the number of process that run in root, are absolutely minimized. This reduces security risks.
    Only the most essential RIM processes run as root
    And root/kernel mode is not available to non-RIM parties.

    The QNX microkernel diagram on the right also illustrates how user processes cannot directly access other processes. All interprocess communications must go through the microkernal where is it carefully supervised.
  • Operating system security is arguably the most important component of mobile device security. It’s often overlooked – unlike security tools, controls, and features, or corporate sandboxes, the security of the operating system is generally more opaque to the observer. OS source code is typically not shared, and even if it is, it very difficult to assess the security of millions of lines of code.
    It’s a fundamental tenet of security that the integrity of the operating system must be protected, otherwise and security controls or applications running on the operating system
    The PlayBook operating system is a hardened version of QNX, and it offers several major security benefits:
    QNX implements a microkernel – there are only about 150,000 lines of code
    This helps avoid vulnerabilities in the first place – a lot less code to cause security problems.
    Secondly, because there is a lot less code, if makes security verification and testing more thorough and robust, given a fixed amount of rsources.
    QNX is also designed for resiliency:
    The microkernel isolates process in the user space, outside the kernel.
    Any unresponsive processes are automatically restarted, without affecting any others.
    Also, by design, the number of process that run in root, are absolutely minimized. This reduces security risks.
    Only the most essential RIM processes run as root
    And root/kernel mode is not available to non-RIM parties.

    The QNX microkernel diagram on the right also illustrates how user processes cannot directly access other processes. All interprocess communications must go through the microkernal where is it carefully supervised.
  • Operating system security is arguably the most important component of mobile device security. It’s often overlooked – unlike security tools, controls, and features, or corporate sandboxes, the security of the operating system is generally more opaque to the observer. OS source code is typically not shared, and even if it is, it very difficult to assess the security of millions of lines of code.
    It’s a fundamental tenet of security that the integrity of the operating system must be protected, otherwise and security controls or applications running on the operating system
    The PlayBook operating system is a hardened version of QNX, and it offers several major security benefits:
    QNX implements a microkernel – there are only about 150,000 lines of code
    This helps avoid vulnerabilities in the first place – a lot less code to cause security problems.
    Secondly, because there is a lot less code, if makes security verification and testing more thorough and robust, given a fixed amount of rsources.
    QNX is also designed for resiliency:
    The microkernel isolates process in the user space, outside the kernel.
    Any unresponsive processes are automatically restarted, without affecting any others.
    Also, by design, the number of process that run in root, are absolutely minimized. This reduces security risks.
    Only the most essential RIM processes run as root
    And root/kernel mode is not available to non-RIM parties.

    The QNX microkernel diagram on the right also illustrates how user processes cannot directly access other processes. All interprocess communications must go through the microkernal where is it carefully supervised.
  • Operating system security is arguably the most important component of mobile device security. It’s often overlooked – unlike security tools, controls, and features, or corporate sandboxes, the security of the operating system is generally more opaque to the observer. OS source code is typically not shared, and even if it is, it very difficult to assess the security of millions of lines of code.
    It’s a fundamental tenet of security that the integrity of the operating system must be protected, otherwise and security controls or applications running on the operating system
    The PlayBook operating system is a hardened version of QNX, and it offers several major security benefits:
    QNX implements a microkernel – there are only about 150,000 lines of code
    This helps avoid vulnerabilities in the first place – a lot less code to cause security problems.
    Secondly, because there is a lot less code, if makes security verification and testing more thorough and robust, given a fixed amount of rsources.
    QNX is also designed for resiliency:
    The microkernel isolates process in the user space, outside the kernel.
    Any unresponsive processes are automatically restarted, without affecting any others.
    Also, by design, the number of process that run in root, are absolutely minimized. This reduces security risks.
    Only the most essential RIM processes run as root
    And root/kernel mode is not available to non-RIM parties.

    The QNX microkernel diagram on the right also illustrates how user processes cannot directly access other processes. All interprocess communications must go through the microkernal where is it carefully supervised.
  • Businesses are already responding to BYOD with CYOD (choose your own device) or COPE (corporate-owned, personally enabled) strategies – in which employees are given a choice of devices to use by their employer and may also be permitted to use them personal purposes –
    Huge demand for COPE. Market for Corporate Liable devices is growing.
    Stats from IDC showing the growth of this deployment model.
    Our strengths are more relevant than ever for managing devices in a secure way.

    Gartner named BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 as the only MDM that supports COPE model.

    Drivers for COPE / CYOD
    Saving on operational expenditures (IT, training, support)
    Easier for IT to monitor and protect devices
    Employees can still select the devices, services and apps they want to use, but IT gets to limit what those choices are
    Help IT work within legal and regulatory parameters
    Balance flexibility with corporate confidentiality and personal privacy requirements


    CYOD = Choose Your Own Device – company has a list of authorized devices that employees can choose from. Company owns the devices.
    COPE = Corporate Owned, Personal Enabled – company gives you the device they have chosen, but allows personal usage.
    .

  • MC:
    GOOD MORNING! MY NAME IS JIM MACKEY AND I AM GOING TO WALK YOU THROUGH BLACKBERRY’S STRATEGY AND VISION. THE MOBILITY WORLD IS MOVING FAST AND IT IS OUR DESIRE TO CONNECT EVERYONE AND EVERYTHING SECURELY.
  • MC:
    GOOD MORNING! MY NAME IS JIM MACKEY AND I AM GOING TO WALK YOU THROUGH BLACKBERRY’S STRATEGY AND VISION. THE MOBILITY WORLD IS MOVING FAST AND IT IS OUR DESIRE TO CONNECT EVERYONE AND EVERYTHING SECURELY.
  • Thank you for your questions.
    Let me now introduce you to Jorge Aguiar, Head of BlackBerry Latin America to discuss a bit more on Secure businesses in this region.
  • Daniel Baudino ColCom HD

    1. 1. Trends in mobile business security Daniel Baudino, Senior Country Product Manager - Product Strategy
    2. 2. Tendencias Moviles Seguridad Internet de las Cosas
    3. 3. Tendencias Moviles
    4. 4. Voz La historia comienza en 1973, cuando Motorola hace la primer llamada entre celulares. 1G: Primer lanzamiento comercial en Japan en 1979. Analogico Comienzo 1970 1991 2000 2008 2014 2016
    5. 5. Grande… …pero simple
    6. 6. Voz Start 2G: En 1991 el lanzamiento del primer sistema GSM. Ese mismo ano se manda el primer SMS (mensaje de texto). Digital Texto 1970 1991 2000 2008 2014 2016
    7. 7. 690 MHz 940 MHz 1190 MHz 1440 MHz 1690 MHz 1940 MHz 2190 MHz 2440 MHz 2690 MHz DL-FDD UL-FDD5 8 2 3 2G Bands 4 bandas para tener cobertura global
    8. 8. Achicandose… …pero todavia simple
    9. 9. Voice Start 3G: La coneccion movil de banda ancha esta disponible en el 2000. Internet Text Data SmartPhones Empresa 1970 1991 2000 2008 2014 2016
    10. 10. 690 MHz 940 MHz 1190 MHz 1440 MHz 1690 MHz 1940 MHz 2190 MHz 2440 MHz 2690 MHz DL-FDD UL-FDD 5 8 1 4 2 UMTS Bands 5 bandas para tener cobertura global
    11. 11. Finalmente… …los dispositivos se ponen mas complejos
    12. 12. Voice Start En 2006 Facebook, Twitter, Flicker se hacen populares. Los planes de datos se hacen mas economicos. Liderado por BBM la mensajeria instantanea se hace popular. Social Media Text Data SmartPhones Consumidor 1970 1991 2000 2008 2014 2016
    13. 13. y… …se popularizan
    14. 14. Voice Start 1970 1991 2000 2008 2014 2016 Text Data SmartPhones Cloud 4G: Velocidades mas altas de datos SmartPhones Los dispositivos generan gran cantidad de datos Contextual Data SmartPhones
    15. 15. y… …datos son generados
    16. 16. 690 MHz 940 MHz 1190 MHz 1440 MHz 1690 MHz 1940 MHz 2190 MHz 2440 MHz 2690 MHz DL-FDD UL-FDD 5 8 1 4 2 3 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 17 18 19 20 21 24 28 TDD 33 34 36 35 LTE Bands Complexity – Z10/Q10/Q5 LTE cambia el juego de las bandas de frecuencia aumentando la complijidad.
    17. 17. Cual es el futuro de los Moviles? Mas dispositivos conectados Salud E-commerce Bancos/Finanzas
    18. 18. El mundo se mueve a “X-veces” 10 veces de dispositivos conectados 100 veces las aplicaciones que usan datos – consumidor/empresa 1,000 veces la cantidad de datos 10,000 veces las oportunidades de colaboracion Cual es el futuro de los Moviles?
    19. 19. El desafio… …complejidad
    20. 20. BLACKBERRY Conectando el mundo …en forma segura
    21. 21. Seguridad es la base de lo que hacemos en BlackBerry! • Ningun fabricante en el mercado puede alcanzar los niveles de seguridad • Hardware y OS seguro • BES / Workspace seguro (datos personales vs. trabajo) • Infrastructure Seguro • Microkernel Seguro (QNX) Seguridad PLUS+
    22. 22. Seguridad PLUS+ Seguridad es la base de lo que hacemos en BlackBerry! • Hardware y OS seguro • BES / Workspace seguro (datos personales vs. trabajo) • Infrastructure Seguro • Microkernel Seguro (QNX)
    23. 23. Seguridad PLUS+ Seguridad es la base de lo que hacemos en BlackBerry! • Hardware y OS seguro • BES / Workspace seguro • Infrastructure Seguro • Microkernel Seguro (QNX)
    24. 24. Seguridad PLUS+ Seguridad es la base de lo que hacemos en BlackBerry! • Hardware y OS seguro • BES / Workspace seguro • Infrastructure Segura • Microkernel Seguro (QNX)
    25. 25. SECURITY PLUS+ Seguridad es la base de lo que hacemos en BlackBerry! • Hardware y OS seguro • BES / Workspace seguro • Infrastructure Seguro • Microkernel Seguro (QNX)
    26. 26. Seguridad PLUS+ Seguridad es la base de lo que hacemos en BlackBerry! • Hardware y OS seguro • BES / Workspace seguro • Infrastructure Segura • Microkernel Seguro (QNX) • BlackBerry Protect
    27. 27. Productos Corporativos Solucion BlackBerry end to end
    28. 28. Dispositivos para Negocios Empresas continuan inviertiendo en dispositivos corporativos 83.9M Dispositivos corporativos Se venderan en 2016 Creciendo de 61.4M en 2013 IDC - Worldwide Business Use Smartphone 2013–2017 Forecast Update “BlackBerry comes closest to offering a product to support COPE, BYOD & CYOD. Other container products do not support such a model.” Gartner, Protecting Enterprise Information on Mobile Devices, Using Managed Information Containers, 2014
    29. 29. BlackBerry continua ofreciendo el sistema EMM/MDM multiplataforma John Chen, CEO “ ”
    30. 30. I am not allowed, for security reasons, to have an iPhone President Barack Obama Full Operational Capability on U.S. Department of Defense Networks We move more secure mobile data through our infrastructure than any other EMM vendor 35PBper month 45 security certificates. More than any other mobile vendor FIPS 140-2 AES-256 Dedicated Security Team Alta Seguridad “ ” Las solciones de BlackBerry no necesitan VPN Gartner, MDM Magic Quadrant, 2013 “ ”
    31. 31. • Gobierno • Defensa • Salud • Servicios Financieros • Manufactura • Servicios Profesionales • Energia Top 5 largest oil & gas companies BlackBerry has more global EMM customers than the competition combined MobileIron Good AirWatch Profesionales en las organizacoines mas grandes confian en BlackBerry Confiable en las industrias mas importantes Top10 largest global law firms Top10 largest automotive companies Top10 largest pharmaceutical/ healthcare companies All 7 G7 governments 16 of the G20 governments
    32. 32. Smartphones BlackBerry para todo el mundo. La maxima seguridad se obtiene en dispositivos BlackBerry Premium Standard Business Fit • Most popular and demanded among leadership and knowledge worker • Longest battery life and premium hardware • Perfect fit for fleet renewals and small/medium business • Full, uncompromised BlackBerry 10 experience at low cost BlackBerry Z10BlackBerry Q5 BlackBerry Z30BlackBerry Q10
    33. 33. INTERNET of THINGS Solo el comienzo...
    34. 34. The Internet of Things (IoT) es un término que se refiere a una red de objetos cotidianos interconectados
    35. 35. 100s de sensores Hasta 3Gb por mes Millones de automoviles usando BlackBerry-QNX
    36. 36. Exabytes de datos por mes Millones de automoviles…
    37. 37. gamification de la salud
    38. 38. …a una ciudad De una persona…
    39. 39. Voice Start 1970 1991 2000 2008 2014 2016 Text Data SmartPhones Cloud 4G: Conectividad mas rapida SmartPhones generan grandes cantidades de datos Contextual Data SmartPhones
    40. 40. Voice Start Text Data SmartPhones Cloud Mas y mas dispositivos conectados Big Data Internet of Things SmartPhones SmartPhones 1970 1991 2000 2008 2014 2016
    41. 41. 50 mil millones de dispositivos en 2020 Predicciones… Miles de millones de transacciones y multiples exabytes La tecnologia de hoy, no lo puede manejar
    42. 42. • Complejidad • Big Data
    43. 43. …necesitan privacidad Casas inteligentes…
    44. 44. Casas inteligentes… …necesitan privacidad
    45. 45. …mas datos Ciudades Inteligentes…
    46. 46. Compras a diario… privaci
    47. 47. • Complejidad • Big Data • Privacidad
    48. 48. Collecion de datos, a traves de redes sociales Machine learning algorithms Crear proyecciones comparando con otras regiones Prediciendo Conflictos
    49. 49. • Complejidad • Big Data • Privacidad • Gran Analisis
    50. 50. Planeacion…
    51. 51. • Complejidad • Big Data • Privacidad • Gran Analisis • Gran Informacion
    52. 52. • Complejidad • Big Data • Privacidad • Gran Analisis • Gran Informacion }Gran Responsabilidad
    53. 53. Nuevas herramientas…
    54. 54. Secure Connectivity Devices Enterprise Ready IoT Cloud
    55. 55. INTERNET de las COSAS Project Ion • Una plataforma de aplicaciones seguras • Facilitación del ecosistema para la Internet de las cosas • Las asociaciones estratégicas
    56. 56. Gracias ?
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