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Dmg tem2011-0718-10 dosmann--disa tem slides

  1. 1. DOD Mobility TEM<br />Army CIO/G-6 <br />Mobile Electronic Device (MED) Working Group<br />18 July 2011<br />LTC Matthew Dosmann<br />Matthew.R.Dosmann.mil@mail.mil<br />O: 703-545-1619<br />
  2. 2. Cybersecurity Perceptionof Mobile Electronic Devices on Our Networks<br />2<br />=<br />2011-06-16T08:00Z // MED WG Brief<br />LANDWARNET 2011<br />
  3. 3. 3<br />MED Working Group Overview<br />Begun September 2010<br />ID pilots and ensure they do not put Army networks at risk. <br />Support, evaluate, and analyze <br />Guide pilots in identifying and mitigating risks<br />Plans of Action & Milestones (POA&M) <br />NETCOM Designating Approval Authority (DAA) review<br />Share lesson learned between pilots<br />Generate collaboration within Army and between Services/Agencies<br />
  4. 4. 4<br />MED WG Background<br />Inopportune Timing of Pilots (20+ discovered)<br />WikiLeaks data spillage & increased scrutiny regarding Government spending<br />Not leveraging lessons learned across pilots<br />Major Cultural Issues within Army<br />Improper & unapproved acquisition processes being used<br />Disregard for information security is generally acceptable<br />PD-CHESS waiver loophole allowed procurement of unapproved mobile devices<br />Mitigated with policy requiring purchases to be on the Approved Products List (UC APL)<br />MED Operating Systems (OS) and the physical devices have a lifecycle shorter than the average acquisition process<br />Currently, the only approved mobile device solutions are BlackBerry & Windows Mobile (6.x)<br />2011-06-16T08:00Z // MED WG Brief<br />LANDWARNET 2011<br />
  5. 5. 5<br />Key Facts Bearing on the Issue<br />Mobile Electronic Devices (MED) offer potential for significant efficiencies<br />Demand<br />Rapid civilian adoption of mobile devices<br />Key leaders demanding tablet type device<br />Inordinate risks associated with use of personal devices<br />No approved tablets<br />Complicated by combination of multiple form factors, OS, and device management frameworks<br />Stressing acquisition processes<br />Army and DoD policies not suited to MED <br />Key aspects of mobile apps (e.g. geo-loc, camera) prohibited or restricted by policy<br />Approved MED locked down to the extrem<br />2011-06-16T08:00Z // MED WG Brief<br />LANDWARNET 2011<br />
  6. 6. Required Solution Sets<br />Mobile Device Management<br />Remote Wipe<br />Configuration Management<br />Patch Management<br />Data-At-Rest<br />CAC/PKI Enablement<br />Bluetooth<br />Wifi<br />Physical Connection<br />Application Lifecycle Management<br />App Software Assurance<br />App Store<br />App Maintenance and Retirement<br />Secure Voice<br />6<br />2011-06-16T08:00Z // MED WG Brief<br />LANDWARNET 2011<br />
  7. 7. Current “Mobile”<br />LANDWARNET 2011<br />2011-03-23T08:00Z // Presentation Title Goes Here<br />7<br />BES<br />BES<br />BES<br />
  8. 8. Where We Are Headed<br />LANDWARNET 2011<br />2011-03-23T08:00Z // Presentation Title Goes Here<br />8<br />MDM Y<br />BES<br />MDM X<br />
  9. 9. Next Step After That<br />LANDWARNET 2011<br />2011-03-23T08:00Z // Presentation Title Goes Here<br />9<br />Enterprise Data Management Layer<br />MDM Y<br />BES<br />MDM X<br />
  10. 10. MED COI Synchronization<br />
  11. 11. Way Ahead<br />Integrated DOD approach<br />MED Communities of Interest (COI) Deep Dive, DISA TEM meetings<br />Comprehensive (i.e. DOTMLPF) changes needed<br />Participation from USA, USAF, USMC, USCG, DISA, OSD, DARPA, NSA and FBI<br />Leverage existing efforts to provide continuity in policy and support from tactical edge to “garrison edge”; address new technologies and associated risks <br />Maintain communication with industry to provide different MED solutions<br />Army is engaging with NSA, DISA and Services to create an Enterprise Secure Mobility solution<br />Use commercial standards, platforms, & applications as a foundation<br />An architected solution/service and not a portfolio of products<br />Stronger partnerships with government and industry partners<br />Continue to support, analyze, and evaluate MED pilots<br />Various devices in pilots<br />Developing Medical and Logistics community pilots <br />11<br />2011-06-16T08:00Z // MED WG Brief<br />LANDWARNET 2011<br />
  12. 12. 12<br />Questions?<br />2011-06-16T08:00Z // MED WG Brief<br />LANDWARNET 2011<br />LTC Matthew Dosmann<br />Matthew.R.Dosmann.mil@mail.mil<br />O: 703-545-1619<br />

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