Join us in September for a Webinar
September 2011 – Federal Mobile Apps: Are Your Federal Apps Secure?
Privacy and Security Management Considerations When Deploying Mobile Applications in the Federal Government
It is predicted that 50% of our workforce will have a smartphone by the end of 2011. We call them “phones” because we make telephone calls on them, but with email, web browsing, applications, and gigabytes of file storage, your smartphone is a small computer, and that makes it a potential security and privacy risk. If you are like many other of your colleagues in the federal government, you are witnessing huge demand for the development of new mobile applications that help agencies better serve citizens or make public sector employees more productive. As this new wave of technology washes over your environment, we have a question:
Are federal agencies employing secure best practices in developing these popular applications?
This webinar series will focus on tools and techniques to manage the increasing number of devices, provide support for them, and secure them. We will tackle the question head on, along with any other issues you would like to raise, in a one-hour webcast scheduled to take place on September 15, 2011 from 2 pm to 3 pm Eastern Time.
We have assembled a panel of experts with extensive experience in this new mobile environment. We hope you will join your colleagues and tune in to listen and actively participate in this highly-interactive online event.