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FCW : March 30, 2013
Last spring, President Barack Obama put mobile devices on the center and Budget released the Digital aimed at standardizing and securing the government's use of mobile technology. "The innovative use of technology is fundamentally transforming how the American people do business and live Serve the American People." Government employees are not immune to this new way of conducting business. In fact, with mandates to get more feds teleworking and improve continuity of operations planning, the government has been pushing mobility for some time. The development of mobile- related policies is playing catch-up. Federal agencies are also not immune to the threats that come with these new operations. As more feds use smart phones, laptops and tablets to conduct networks, the risk of exposure to viruses, attacks directed at mobile devices from the Government Accountability Encouraged." But securing a device is only part of the issue. Agencies must also protect their networks. To do that, government IT managers are turning toward application control. Application control involves setting limits on what apps are appropriate for certain devices and restricting what the apps can do and who can use them. There is a growing market for mobile device management solutions for desktop and mobile computers. For instance, the Agriculture and the Veterans Affairs departments awarded runs several at its facilities. Agencies can also develop their own. Several organizations are developing policies or guidelines to help agencies get and stay secure. For instance, the Technology recently released revisions for Federal Information Systems and Organizations, Special Publication approaches to application security. released a toolkit for agencies planning to implement a bring-your-own-device policy, allowing workers to use their own mobile technology within limits set by the agency for which they work. embracing the newest technology, but how, when and where our citizens and employees work and interact," states the technology -- the devices, infrastructure and applications required to support a mobile citizenry and workforce -- is a critical enabler of mobility, but is only part of the profound environmental shift that mobility represents." WHAT AGENCIES ARE DOING ALREADY IN PECIAL AGEN B A T b Fi d E i i d B B iP i A bi d d d b i i i i d i . T D D N i C T d T i i bi i i b i i d d i i . A i d A d id iO d B B i B 2 i id d b i i d i b i . T C B bi d A i E C i i i d B E i A i d B L b i i id - i i i di i b i d b i d i U. . . T Eq E O i C i i fi d i i b i - - -d i . I d - id d bi d i i i i i d- i d i . G n nt C t nt t M b l D c Highlights Security Needs Ga Chang GAME CHANGING TECHNOLOGY TO MEET AGENCY MI ION SPONSORED REPORT MOBILE APPLICATION SECURITY " HE INNOVA IVE U E OF ECHNOLOGY I FUNDAMEN ALLY RAN FORMING HOW HE AMERICAN PEOPLE DO BU INE AND LIVE HEIR DAILY LIVE ." ---PRE IDEN BARACK OBAMA
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