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Threat Post reports that employees who opt to use their own mobile devices for work are creating cyber vulnerabilities.
The next generation of the 9-1-1 call centers will be able to accept texts, video and photos from mobile devices, the FCC announced today.
Think twice about bringing that laptop or iPad to the coffeeshop. New easily-accessible software takes advantage of a network flaws, granting access to private information through any public wireless network.
Which mobile devices have what your agency needs? And how can you decide?
Increasingly, all sorts of devices will be Internet-enabled, and they will be looking to connect and communicate -- and this could be a bit of a problem if they're not secure.
Bureau set to run pilot to give agents iPhones to access mobile applications. This would be ATF's second test of handheld devices with new capabilities. The goal is to move all field employees away from having to carry multiple devices.