- What is BlackBerry Gateway?
- Architecture: BlackBerry Gateway
- Sign in to BlackBerry Gateway
- Setting up BlackBerry Gateway
- Setting up the BlackBerry Gateway Connector
- Linking to your company directory
- Configure BlackBerry Gateway to synchronize with Azure Active Directory
- Installing the BlackBerry Connectivity Node
- Connect to a Microsoft Active Directory
- Copy directory connection configurations
- Configure BlackBerry Connectivity Node logging
- Configure onboarding and offboarding
- Configure directory synchronization schedules
- Synchronize with your company directory
- Defining your private network
- Using source IP pinning
- Define network services
- Managing users and groups
- Controlling network access
- Configuring threat detection and response settings
- Monitoring BlackBerry Gateway
- Using BlackBerry Gateway on a device
- Legal notice
BlackBerry Gatewaylogs all network connection alerts. The alert log records the user, device model and OS, destination, date and time, and other details about each attempted connection alert.
To view the alert log, on the menu bar, click
Gateway > Alerts. If adaptive response is running in passive mode, a warning is displayed to indicate that risk response actions aren't applied when alerts are generated.
To filter any column, click at the top of the column. By default, all alerts are labelled as network anomaly alerts and treated as high risk.
You can click on a row to view details about the alert, including when the alert was detected, the analyzed events that caused the alert, the user and device that are affected and the policy changes that were applied.