Mobile Security

Agencies can pilot mobile phish-blocking tech through DHS

by Carten Cordell • 1 year ago

New technology to block phishing attacks on mobile devices is now available for agencies to pilot through licenses held by DHS.

The future of mobile technology innovation in federal government

by FedScoop Staff • 1 year ago

New mobile technology advances are enabling innovations in immersive training, mobile productivity and security at civilian and defense agencies.

Advancing mobile use with agency workforce without sacrificing security

by FedScoop Staff • 2 years ago

Properly configured, mobile can be safer than on-prem devices.

DIUx procuring mobile endpoint security software on behalf of Pentagon

by Billy Mitchell • 2 years ago

The Defense Innovation Unit-Experimental listed a solicitation for a commercially available solution that can "actively vet applications to standards on DoD mobile devices, limiting downloads of certain applications, and stopping malicious activities."

Census Bureau testing new derived credentials to leave PIV cards behind

by Alex Koma • 4 years ago

A pilot program is letting field surveyors log in to their laptops with less hassle.

Pentagon stepping up mobile deployments

by Dan Verton • 5 years ago

The Defense Department has big plans for mobility this year, but security remains top priority.

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