Adapting device behavior in a high-risk scenario
Jane Smith arrives at the airport for a business trip. She uses her work device, an
iPhone, to access the airport's free
BlackBerry Dynamicsapps on Jane’s
iPhonesend data to the
BlackBerry Intelligent Securityservices indicating that she is on a less secure network and that she is in a location that is far away from her typical learned location for that day and time. The services calculate a high behavioral risk level and a high geozone risk level and communicate these assessments to Jane's work apps, the
BlackBerry Intelligent Security Analytics Portal, and
BlackBerry Intelligent Securitypolicy that is applied to Jane’s device takes effect, assigning Jane to a group with more restrictive device policies and profiles to ensure a higher level of security while Jane is at the airport.
When the new group configuration is applied to Jane’s
iPhone, she notices the following changes:
- When she tries to log in to work apps and services, she must provide both aUEMpassword and completeBlackBerry 2FAauthentication.
- TheiPhonecamera is temporarily disabled.
- Bluetoothfunctionality is temporarily disabled.
- Her access to the company's intranet websites is currently restricted.
- Data synchronization to work apps, such asBlackBerry Work, occurs less frequently.
The new group assignment with these high-security device behaviors remains in place until Jane’s behavioral and geozone risk level is recalculated and reduced. When she has a lower risk level,
BlackBerry Intelligent Securitywill reassign her to a group that corresponds to the new risk level.