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Advantage named as BlackBerry CA Partner

Advantage named first Blackberry Compromise Assessment Partner

Advantage has been named as New Zealand’s first Blackberry Compromise Assessment partner, enabling the company to deliver this leading consulting service to the New Zealand market.

The Blackberry Compromise Assessment (CA) is designed to detect indications of compromise such as data exfiltration and sabotage, command and control activities, user account anomalies, or malware infection. The artefacts are used to detect active or historical cyber security breaches.

As the solution is agentless, customers do not need to be active BlackBerry (Cylance) users and it is compatible with networks of all kinds, including operational technology (OT) and Industrial Control Systems (ICS).

https://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/BU2003/S00331/advantage-makes-blackberry-cyber-security-compromise-assessment-service-available-in-new-zealand.htm

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