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BlackBerry laughs at Samsung’s Knox security struggles

22
Jan
2014

Let BlackBerry clue you in, Samsung: It is not to be laughed at; it is the laughter. It is the one who mocks. BlackBerry Global Enterprise Services president John Sims this week wrote up a scathing putdown of Samsung’s Knox security service, which he deemed woefully inadequate compared with BlackBerry’s own mobile security offerings. “Samsung announced Knox at Mobile World Congress in February 2013, and nearly a year later customers are still waiting to go into full production,” Sims writes. “Frankly, this is because security is hard and it is not possible to condense thousands of person years of learning into 12 short months. Furthermore, Knox only works on select Samsung devices. For those highly “regulated” customers – those that require the

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