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There’s no doubt that apps have revolutionized the way we use mobile devices, but it often comes at the expense of our personal privacy. Google Play comes with built-in malware detection and Android is adding fine-grained dynamic access permissions for apps . But how do we really know how, when, and what kinds of private data our applications access? Privacy policies are a great start, but many apps have been found to neglect privacy policies and collect user data . There has to be a better way.

Every PRIV smartphone comes pre-loaded with the brand new DTEK by BlackBerry , designed to help you manage and protect your privacy with ease. Security might seem complicated , but securing your personal data doesn’t get any easier than this. DTEK automatically monitors apps and processes in real time to provide an overall security rating for your device, with an interface that is easy to use and simple to understand. Using deep modifications to Android enabled by even deeper security expertise, DTEK protects your privacy in three easy steps.

Blackberry monitoring reporting

Mobile Spy is compatible with Android, iPhone (iOS) and BlackBerry. This page is a partial list of phones and devices with those operating systems that are compatible with Mobile Spy.

When looking at the images below in consideration of having a smartphone that will be compatible with the Mobile Spy, please be aware that compatibility means not only the Make / Model of the phone, but also the Firmware / Operating System Version that is running on the phone.

Make sure that the phone or tablet you wish to monitor is mentioned in the View Compatible Devices list below. Also make sure your device meets the OS Version Requirements . If the device you want to monitor meets these requirements, you can monitor with Mobile Spy.

The BlackBerry Blogs now support Internet Explorer version 8 and newer. You can upgrade your desktop browser for free, or visit us on your mobile phone or tablet. Check out the latest versions of major browsers at <a href="http://browsehappy.com/" title="Browse Happy">Browse Happy</a>.

There’s no doubt that apps have revolutionized the way we use mobile devices, but it often comes at the expense of our personal privacy. Google Play comes with built-in malware detection and Android is adding fine-grained dynamic access permissions for apps . But how do we really know how, when, and what kinds of private data our applications access? Privacy policies are a great start, but many apps have been found to neglect privacy policies and collect user data . There has to be a better way.

Every PRIV smartphone comes pre-loaded with the brand new DTEK by BlackBerry , designed to help you manage and protect your privacy with ease. Security might seem complicated , but securing your personal data doesn’t get any easier than this. DTEK automatically monitors apps and processes in real time to provide an overall security rating for your device, with an interface that is easy to use and simple to understand. Using deep modifications to Android enabled by even deeper security expertise, DTEK protects your privacy in three easy steps.

In addition to monitoring the threat landscape, the BlackBerry Security Incident Response Team (BBSIRT) issues security, privacy, and malware notices, as well as security advisories and bulletins to communicate important updates to customers and the industry. These communication vehicles are further examples of the steps BlackBerry takes to ensure customers are both informed and protected.

BlackBerry issues security advisories to inform customers about the availability of a software update for a supported BlackBerry product to address a confirmed vulnerability. Unlike a security notice (described below), which aims to inform customers of a vulnerability, a security advisory includes information on the security issue as well as the software update that addresses the vulnerability.

Customers can expect the advisory to include technical details regarding the vulnerability, mitigations, workarounds and authoritative guidance to reduce their risk. BBSIRT releases security advisories on the second Tuesday of the month, in alignment with current industry practice. However, if there is imminent risk to customers, we will release a security advisory sooner to help ensure customers are protected. 

OTTAWA -- A class action against BlackBerry Ltd. has been filed on behalf of more than 300 employees across the country who allege they lost their severance entitlements after being transferred to a business partner of the smartphone software company.

In a statement of claim, Ottawa law firm Nelligan O'Brien Payne said BlackBerry (TSX:BB) has stated the transfer "is not a sale of business," meaning the employees will lose all of their years of service without any compensation.

The firm says that BlackBerry's actions amount to a termination of the employees' entitlement to their statutory, common law and/or contractual entitlements on termination.