Tag Archives: mobile applications

Steve Firestone: Data Breaches, Mobile Apps Demand to Influence Firms’ ID Mgmt Strategies

CA Technologies has highlighted five trends that the company believes will shape security professionals’ approach to identity and access management in 2015. The company forecasts that organizations will move away from basic identity administration methods and emphasize identity security as a result of massive enterprise data breaches last year, CA …

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Razorsight’s Chris Checco: Analytics Tech Could Help CSPs Reduce Customer Churn

Chris Checco, president and chief analytics officer at Razorsight, believes analytics technology can help cloud service providers drive customer loyalty and identify new revenue opportunities. Checco discussed how the company’s analytics software product works to provide CSPs a full picture of the customer experience in order to reduce customer churn …

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Johns Hopkins APL Co-Sponsors NASA Mobile App Design Contest; Nate Parsons Comments

The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory is sponsoring a marathon-style event designed to help NASA develop mobile applications and other technology for space program use. APL and interactive platform developer Bolster Labs will co-host NASA’s platform coding and design contest in the Baltimore-Washington region on April 12 and 13, …

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Rick Doten of DMI to Present at Cybersecurity Forum

Rick Doten, chief information security officer at Digital Management, Inc., will present at an upcoming cybersecurity conference to be held at the Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore, MD. Doten will speak about mobile application security at the 2014 Cybersecurity Innovation Forum on Wednesday during the Trusted Computing discussion at 4:30 …

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Army Launches Mobile App Store Prototype

The Army Software Marketplace currently offers 12 applications compatible with iPhone and iPad devices. The application store prototype is part of the Army’s Connecting Soldiers to Digital Apps Initiative. The Army originally launched the initiative in 2010 to test the effectiveness of mobile applications in the field and during training, …

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NSA Using Commercial Devices to Meet Mobility Goals

The National Security Agency and Defense Department’s Central Security Service released a mobile operating system architecture for commercial smartphones. The system uses a voice over Internet protocol connection to allow discussion of classified information. The government agencies issued a document outlining their mobility goals and their plan to develop the …

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USDA Readying Mobile App Store for 2012

The Agriculture Department is aiming for a more mobile workforce, based on technology and where its employees do their work. As covered by our sister site ExecutiveGov in October, USDA is aiming to have 40 percent of eligible employees teleworking by 2012 according to a study from the Telework Exchange. …

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