The State of Federal Mobile Security

October 19, 2015

Mobile technology is an increasingly important part of the business world, and the public sector is taking advantage. Given the popularity of mobile devices in organizations, federal mobile security remains an issue that should be addressed. According to a 2014 study by Government Business Council, 72 percent of federal government employees use mobile devices for work purposes. The vast majority of these devices, 58 percent, are issued by employers. The top benefits are flexibility, enhanced communication and remote data entry and access, followed by efficiency gains, cost savings, and improved employee morale. Despite these benefits, only 13 percent of those surveyed see expanding the use of mobile technology as a high priority for their organizations. The majority of respondents, 55 percent, view the security of mobile devices as the top challenge to expanding their use mobile technology.

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