BlackBerry Makes New Investment In Security Innovation Center In The Washington, D.C. AreaCenter will serve as a hub for collaboration with key government customers and other partners
Las Vegas – BlackBerry, in attendance at CES Government (CESG), communicated its intention to invest in a new security innovation center in the Washington, D.C. area. Building on BlackBerry's technical experience and leadership in mobile security, the new Center will serve as a hub for collaboration with key government customers and other expert partners.
CESG is held each January as part of the world-renowned International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). John Chen, Chief Executive Officer of BlackBerry addressed key members of Congress and government officials on Monday at the show.
"We are committed to working with government and industry experts to solve some of the biggest challenges we face in securing mobile communication. The Washington, D.C.-based security innovation center will be focused on creating lasting partnerships that will encourage ongoing dialogue aimed at making better products and policy," said Chen during his speech at CESG.
Additional details will be revealed in the coming weeks.
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