In this exclusive executive briefing, federal practitioners explore implementing new CDM capabilities and how the integration of CDM and mobile devices continue to improve cybersecurity
What will it take for agencies to implement these capabilities and how will the integration of CDM and mobile devices continue to improve their cybersecurity?
In this exclusive executive briefing, federal security and IT practitioners will discuss the state of mobile cybersecurity and their strategies for dealing with it.
In this exclusive executive briefing, federal and industry experts will delve deeper into how agencies can securely move from legacy systems to modern mobile computing.
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Kevin Cox, the program manager for the continuous diagnostics and mitigation program, said ongoing assessments and mobile security are among the top priorities for 2018 and beyond.
As agencies work to modernize their IT systems and improve cybersecurity under congressional and Trump administration mandate, there is much they can do to ensure better mobile security.
In a digital world that challenges personal privacy, a system is in development for protecting connected devices.
The Homeland Security Department’s Science and Technology directorate is publishing the latest deep dive into mobile device security and how to make sure federal agencies can use these essentially consumer devices safely. Vincent Sritapan, mobile security program director in the directorate, shares the details on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
The Health and Human Services Department will soon achieve initial operating capability on the Health Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center (HCCIC). It’s modeled after the Homeland Security Department’s own NCCIC, a public-private partnership that disseminates information and best practices on cyber risks.