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New protocols sponsored by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the FBI and the Homeland Security Department would make biometric technology interoperable and easier to use.
Both industry and government are concerned about the potential for many mobile applications to share data with third parties without user consent.
The Trojan doesn't seem to hurt Android devices but is clearly designed to get inside private networks, which is a concern for BYOD programs.
The department is planning beyond its current mobile device pilot test for the day it fields as many as 100,000 mobile devices across the enterprise.
Like the VA, the FAA has a mobile tablet pilot program under way, now being tapped by the aviation agency's mechanics and attorneys.
Criminals continue to exploit old vulnerabilities as enterprises, and users fail to keep up with the flood of security updates, the latest Symantec report states.
The race to produce super-fast 802.11ac wireless routers ahead of IEEE's final approval could create some confusion.
The GCN Lab has put the latest tablet computers through their paces to test how suitable and secure they are for government workers.
IDC Government Insights' Smart City Framework can help officials define the key processes needed to provide better services.
Broadcom's new chip uses sensors, wireless protocols and multiple satellite constellations to pinpoint locations outside or inside, and even tell you which floor you're on.
The Government Cloud will include a multitenant, FISMA-compliant cloud infrastructure that will let federal, state and local agencies share apps.