Meet Jarvis, Blackberry's self-driving car security software
In a keynote address at the North American International Automotive Show (NAIAS), BlackBerry Limited Executive Chairman and CEO, John Chen, unveiled BlackBerry Jarvis, a transformational software cybersecurity product. BlackBerry is initially marketing this solution to automakers, whose complex software supply chains create compelling and urgent use cases that Jarvis can help solve today. Jarvis is also applicable to other industry segments including healthcare, industrial automation, aerospace, and defense.
Built on BlackBerry's decades of cybersecurity expertise and proprietary technology, Jarvis is a one-of-its-kind cloud-based static binary code scanning solution that identifies vulnerabilities in software used in automobiles. Jarvis scans and delivers deep actionable insights in minutes, what would otherwise involve manually scanning that will take large numbers of experts and an impractical amount of time.
BlackBerry has already begun trialing Jarvis with some of the world's largest automakers. "Jaguar Land Rover and BlackBerry share a common objective in bringing the most intelligent vehicles to reality," said Dr. Ralf Speth, CEO, Jaguar Land Rover. "BlackBerry Jarvis addresses the software cybersecurity needs of the automotive industry. In our independent study, Jarvis delivered excellent efficiencies in time-to-market, significantly reducing the time to security assess code from thirty days to seven minutes. The productivity delivered by Jarvis combined with BlackBerry's trusted security heritage can transform vehicle safety.”
Do you like the concept of exchangemagazine.com? Help us grow our article development program with our voluntary pay subscription program. Your contribution is valued. In this new digital realm of world wide stories local journalism stories needs a boost and you can help. Thanks in advance.
Publisher Exchange Business Communication Inc.
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada