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BlackBerry introduces spy-proof tab

The SecuTablet uses International Business Machines software to wrap applications that hold secrets into a virtual container where they can’t be harmed by malware.

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Published: Mon 16 Mar 2015, 10:28 PM

Last updated: Thu 25 Jun 2015, 11:35 PM

BlackBerry introduced a tablet computer aimed at government and corporate customers that it says can let users access consumer applications such as YouTube and WhatsApp while keeping confidential work-related information away from spies and crooks.

The SecuTablet, shown at the CeBIT conference in Hanover, is based on Samsung Electronics’ Tab S 10.5 and uses International Business Machines software to wrap applications that hold secrets into a virtual container where they can’t be harmed by malware.

Germany’s computer-security watchdog is certifying the device for classified government communication, BlackBerry’s Secusmart unit said on Saturday.



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