It's a pretty difficult concept to think about. How do you take an insecure operating system and make it secure using enterprise software?
It's something that gets done everyday by BlackBerry. We know about AtHoc and BES12 and the eventual Good acquisition but how did they do it for Android?
The BlackBerry Blog let us in on the secret and the truth? Well, it's no secret. BlackBerry is really, really good at security.
Verified Boot and Secure Bootchain, which uses the embedded keys to verify every layer of the device from hardware to OS to applications in order to make sure they haven’t been tampered with.
A hardened Linux kernel with numerous patches and configuration changes to improve security.
FIPS 140-2 compliant full disk encryption on by default to protect your privacy.
The BlackBerry Infrastructure, a secure distributed global network that transmits petabytes of encrypted data to and from the world’s most powerful leaders and professionals.
BES12, the leading Enterprise Mobility Management platform used by the world’s most powerful governments and corporations.
BlackBerry's own DTEK software monitors device security as well.