BlackBerry launches Jarvis 2.0, the latest edition of its flagship analytics tool
BlackBerry has released BlackBerry Jarvis 2.0, the latest edition of its flagship software composition analysis tool.
One of the notable additions to Jarvis 2.0 is SaaS, and a new set of user-friendly features for developers and integrators, including open source software (OSS), common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVE), and management of the software nomenclature (SBOM). The online dashboard user interface has also been updated with specific warnings and indicators for software security.
Blackberry says Jarvis 2.0 was designed to address the growing and increasingly complex cybersecurity threats among multi-tiered software supply chains in the medical, automotive and aerospace industries. He says Jarvis 2.0 allows OEMs to inspect the provenance of their code and every software asset that enters their global supply chains, ensuring that products are both secure and up-to-date with the most up-to-date security patches. more recent.
âWhen building software for a modern automobile, it’s a lot easier said than done,â says Blackberry.
âAs of mid-July 2021, there were over 150,000 publicly disclosed vulnerabilities. Complex software for a vehicle infotainment system can contain hundreds of third-party software modules. Failure to check and update every piece of software provides openings for hackers to potentially exploit these vulnerabilities. “
According to Blackberry, Jarvis 2.0 addresses the need to identify and remediate vulnerabilities by identifying them and providing in-depth, actionable insights within minutes, which would otherwise involve manual analysis by multiple experts.
âA number of regulatory changes and cybersecurity standards such as UNECE WP.29 and SBOM are on the horizon, which will allow authorities to impose fines for non-compliance or stop altogether operations, âsaid BlackBerry Technology Solutions CTO Adam Boulton.
âSo now is the time for OEMs to master their entire code base. Don’t sit idly by and wait for a bad actor to exploit a vulnerability that could have far-reaching consequences. With the release of BlackBerry Jarvis 2.0, embedded software developers and integrators have an intuitive and reliable software composition analysis tool to help them achieve their cybersecurity goals with efficiency and confidence.
Frost & Sullivan, Senior TechVision Analyst Hiten Shah, says as software supply chains become more complex and cyber attacks become more sophisticated, securing embedded devices at the firmware level becomes an integral part of managing device security.
âWith Jarvis 2.0, BlackBerry has translated years of knowledge and experience in embedded device security into an impressive, feature-rich product for software binary analysis,â he says.