The Department of Health and Human Services now requires executives traveling anywhere overseas to take a loaner device and connect through a secure tunnel.
Large numbers of veterans today have grown up with technology, and now the Department of Veterans Affairs and Apple are collaborating to bring vital information to their iPhones.
Steve Wallace, a systems innovation scientist in the Emerging Technology Directorate at the Defense Information Systems Agency, said the agency soon will choose vendors to develop a prototype to protect the network and data from attacks that come through web browsers.
The departments of the Air Force, Education and Homeland Security are all in the process of transitioning public facing functions into digital applications. Each has a broad customer base with very specific needs that need to be taken into account to provide a good customer experience.
Kara Sprague, senior vice president and general manager of Application Services at F5 Networks, joins host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss app security and how her company is using new technologies to help federal IT professionals protect and optimize modern container based applications.
The IRS is looking at ways to make paying back delinquent debts as easy as making a purchase through commonplace tools like Venmo, or Square's credit-card readers that plug into smartphones.
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 three separate OTA requests are in pursuit of a concept the Navy calls "modern service delivery," a vision that could let its workforce access data from anywhere.
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
John Frizelle, the chief architect for mobile at Red Hat, details three steps to make mobile app development more secure.
President Donald Trump on Thursday signed the 21st-Century Integrated Digital Experience Act (IDEA), which aims to make federal ".gov" websites more mobile-friendly and more secure.
Chris Balcik, Samsung’s vice president of federal, explains why current and emerging technology on your smartphone could replace your smart identity card.
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?
Why does the Department of Veterans Affairs need Apple for mobile electronic health record, and why should Apple get a prescription cut?