These products underwent the ATT&CK APT29 evaluation that tested the detection of cybercrime activities done by a group known as APT29, Blackberry said Wednesday.
ATT&CK builds on open-source methods of reporting an adversaryâ€™s operational methods. Private and public sector entities may use ATT&CK to identify network security gaps.
â€œBlackBerry security products are designed to help protect enterprises and governments from the most sophisticated threats,â€ said Thomas Pace, vice president of global enterprise solutions at BlackBerry.
Pace added the evaluation served as an avenue to demonstrate the use of Blackberryâ€™s artificial intelligence-driven products against modern cyber threats.
ATT&CK assessed automation, cyber threat contextualization, attack detection and sensor-based surveillance features of multiple Blackberry security products such as Guard, Protect and Optics.