Smartphones are an integral part of how companies and the government do business today, but keeping them protected can be a challenge.
The Navy says dozens of IT systems and websites for pay and personnel functions are about to be killed off in favor of a consolidated system sailors can access from anywhere.
The Navy is adopting DISA’s Purebred program for its tens of thousands of government-issued mobile devices. It’s part of a broader rethinking of identity management across the service.
The National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence has released fresh guidance on derived personal identity verification credentials in the an ongoing federal challenge of improving cybersecurity for people using mobile devices.
The Department of Defense still doesn’t have a policy for issues regarding Chinese manufacturers ZTE and Huawei.
When visitors hit the national parks this summer, they will all be in mobile mode.
Marines still aspire to let troops bring their own devices to work, but the corps’ top IT official says its current mobility strategy is “on the wrong trajectory.”
In today’s Federal Newscast, new numbers the General Services Administration’s Digital Analysis Program shows an increasing amount of users accessing government websites from their mobile devices.
Chris Koeneman, senior vice president of sales at MOBI, describes how agencies can balance security and accessibility for mobile devices and data.
The Defense Department is turning to industry to take over the management of its portfolio of mobile IT services. Officials say rapid growth in the number of DoD-issued mobile devices has made the current, government-managed approach unsustainable. Federal News Radio’s Jared Serbu shares more on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.