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FCW : June 15, 2014
As federal government continues to embrace enterprise mobility, agencies are faced with continuing security challenges. This includes not only the mobile device---whether it is provided by the government or the employee---but applications and network infrastructure. It's a complex set of issues that can get even more complicated if they aren't addressed in an integrated way. used, and continues to use with its enterprise mobility solutions. Using a agencies with the tools they need to manage and track mobile devices, optimize its infrastructure to securely accommodate mobility, optimize applications for mobile devices, and allow users to securely access the applications, programs and data they need from wherever they are working to remain productive. enterprise mobility, and is ingrained approach gives agencies full control, to secure access, all from a single management console. The endpoint---the mobile device tablet is a good example of a highly secure mobile device. It, as well as the based Trusted Platform Module (TPM), which holds the security and encryption keys needed to encrypt an endpoint. To increase the security of the tablet can include a smart card reader, which allows users to prove their identity with an agency-issued personal encrypto-accelerator---an extra chip for the motherboard that not only speeds up device encryption, but Protection|Encryption suite. modular mobility solution is secure network access. Through its solution now includes Mobile Connect, which provides policy-enforced access reaches the network. Fully protecting agency applications Access solution, which manages and secures access to an agency's applications and data. With this solution, agency administrators can authorize and enforce which mobile apps each user or set of users or devices can access. work hand in hand with continued innovations from Intel®, which level, Intel's Identity Protection Technology provides strong multifactor authentication. Through Mobile, which blocks mobile devices with malware from accessing the network; and McAfee Enterprise Mobility Management, which provides a host of mobile security features. Intel is working to incorporate these capabilities at the chip level, according to Malcolm Harkins, Intel's Chief Full steam ahead To provide the most comprehensive and secure integrated solutions possible, Mobility Management (EMM), which incorporates the most critical aspects of endpoint, network and application security in a secure managed container. While it is focused on smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices, EMM's ability to extend across an agency's desktops and other endpoints is what access secure government applications the same way regardless of the device used of security: cut or pasted to applications outside of the container. to securely connect the container to the agency's network. the board. By keeping up with innovations and using a comprehensive approach, government agencies will remain ahead of the curve. De Kee e e e e e e e G e GAME CHANGING ECHNOLOG O MEE AGENC MI ION SECURE MOBILITY/ MOBILE WORKFORCE For more information, go to http://www.dell.com/learn/us/ en/555/mobility-components SPONSORED CONTENT
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