The U.S. Army needs to do a better job tracking, configuring and “sanitizing” commercial mobile devices (CMDs) to ensure cybersecurity, a recent Pentagon Inspector General (IG) report says. “The Army Chief Information Officer (CIO) did not implement an effective cybersecurity program for CMDs,” the IG says. “Specifically, the Army CIO did not appropriately track CMDs and was unaware of more than 14,000 CMDs used throughout the Army.” In visiting Army sites, the IG found the Army CIO ...
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