In an interview with Yahoo's David Pogue, BlackBerry CEO, John Chen, touted BlackBerry's security. He specifically mentioned the famous celebrity iCloud hack, and said those photos would have been more secure on BlackBerry. When questioned by Pogue about how the celebrity hack was done with social engineering and capturing the password, Chen noted the web access to iCloud offered the opportunity to access the account with a password. He suggested that wouldn't be possible with BlackBerry.
Chen went on to say he is concerned about security and he is aware that people try to hack BlackBerry. He is confident that they will be able to stay ahead of the game when it comes to security, and continue to offer secure services for clients like the President of the United States.
John Chen has a lot to be proud of. He took a company that was losing $1 billion per quarter and turned them around so they are now making millions per quarter.