Baldeep Dogra

Baldeep Dogra leads Technical Product Marketing within the Product Marketing Group for BlackBerry Cybersecurity. After obtaining his B.Sc. in Astronomy & Physics and postgraduate diploma in Space Technology at UCL, Baldeep has shaped his career in a variety of senior technical consultancy and product management positions in leadership roles with CWC, IBM and IXOS software prior to joining BlackBerry in 2004.  A global technology leader, regular public speaker and now also an MBA, Baldeep is passionate about innovation, emerging technologies and developing teams to achieve success. Baldeep played a pivotal role in the turnaround of BlackBerry as the company transformed from a device-centric organization to a leader in Enterprise software security, risk and privacy management solutions, and now also in Cybersecurity. Baldeep has worked closely with regulatory bodies such as the FCA, anticipating changes in the market and executing on thought leadership.

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What’s New In The Cato CTRL SASE Threat Report?
Cato’s Cyber Threat Research Lab (Cato CTRL) recently unveiled its first SASE threat report, issuing a comprehensive and exhausting insight into issues and insights with enterprise and network threats.  Based on Cato’s ability to analyse networks extensively and granularly, the report pinpoints threats by combining strategic, tactical, and operational standpoints via the MITRE ATT&CK framework....
Platform-Wide AI and Enterprise Security: The Recall Issue
Whenever an AI product due for rollout is delayed suddenly, many questions begin circulating in the media. The official reasoning why will open the floodgates of many people online spouting their ideas of what the problem has been. Microsoft has recently revealed the delay of their controversial artificial intelligence (AI) powered Recall feature for Copilot+PCs....
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Incognito Mode Won’t Protect Your Enterprise Security
Many enterprises have set a precedent that online browsing within IT departments or other company-based computers should be performed under incognito windows, such as those offered by Google Chrome browsers and other providers. While online search and work activity may feel secure with your identity and preferences set to a private mode, according to research...