Total Mobility: Still Evolving
4th Annual
Feb. 27, 2014

Dr. Michael Valivullah, CTO, NASS, USDA
What is Total Mobility?
• An ability to perform work from
anywhere, on any device, at any time and
access data or informat...
Mobility – Three segments
1. End Point – Device/User Experience – Ease of
Use, Accessibility, Availability, Latency, Data ...
Impact
• PEOPLE: Feds & Customers – Services and
Support (Consumers and Providers)
• PROCESS: Rules & Regulations, Policy ...
Mobility Evolution (ME)
Where are we in the Mobile Evolution?
All of us are moving towards mobile maturity…
Exploration, A...
Adapting to Change

From: Bing
Dr. Valivullah - Mobility

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Environmental Pressure - 1
• Unprecedented number of mobile devices
are connecting to the enterprise network
• Numbers are...
Environmental Pressure - 2
• Powerful Smartphones and Tablets are
trying to outdo conventional PCs in the
work place
• Peo...
Environmental Pressure - 3
• Organizations are expanding beyond email and
calendars into
• Backend systems – supporting th...
Environmental Pressure - 4
•
•
•
•

Leverage consumer mobile technology for
broader access
Increase Agility, Productivity,...
Environmental Challenge - 1
• Lost or Stolen Device
• Dealing with Confidential or Sensitive
Data on the Device and in Tra...
Environmental Challenge - 2
• Different Mobile Platforms / OSs /
Devices / Apps
– Different levels of vulnerability to
– M...
Environmental Challenge - 3
• APT (Advanced Persistent Threat) is on the rise
• Nation State-sponsored threats
• Mobile tr...
Environmental Challenge - 4
• Patching and Upgrades can be plenty and time
consuming to implement
• Configuration / Change...
Environmental Challenge - 5
End User Behavior
• Corporate email forwarded to personal accounts
• Storing mission critical ...
Environmental Challenge - 6
• Complex Compliance needs :
–
–
–
–
–
–
–

Infringement of Privacy Laws - PII
HIPAA
CIPSEA
SO...
Environmental Challenge - 7
• Rapid pace of change on all mobile fronts
– Users, Devices, Networks – wired and wireless, B...
Environmental Challenge - 8
• Finding and keeping skilled Employees, providing
Employee Training and Resources to procure,...
Environmental Challenge - 9
• Mobile Governance
– Developing and implementing appropriate policies
and procedures
– Select...
Environmental Challenge - 10
• Identification, Authentication, and Authorization
– Authentication – 2 factor - fingerprint...
Adaptation Set - 1
1. Most important Mobile Policy Decisions
– Who should make them?

1. Lost or Stolen Devices
– How to d...
Adaptation Set - 2
5. BYOD
–

How to deal manage the device configurations / platforms /
access controls / data leaks?

6....
Adaptation Set - 3
8. Containerization
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What are the challenges in sand boxes and containers?

9. Mobile Application Sec...
Adaptation Set - 4

11. Long-term Mobile Strategy
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What is our long term mobile strategy? What do we gain from
this stra...
Adapt to Survive

From: Bing
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What does the Mobility End Point look like?

Dr. Valivullah - Mobility

From: Bing

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Time will tell….

From : Google

survival of the fittest….
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References
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Cyber Challenge Report (2013) HP
Predicts 2014: Mobile and Wireless, (2013)...
Thank you for your service to the
American Public!
Any Questions, Comments?
Contact Info: Michael.Valivullah@nass.USDA.gov...
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Dr. Michael Valivullah - Total Mobility: Still Evolving

  1. 1. Total Mobility: Still Evolving 4th Annual Feb. 27, 2014 Dr. Michael Valivullah, CTO, NASS, USDA
  2. 2. What is Total Mobility? • An ability to perform work from anywhere, on any device, at any time and access data or information securely and efficiently • Also known as Nomadic Computing Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 2
  3. 3. Mobility – Three segments 1. End Point – Device/User Experience – Ease of Use, Accessibility, Availability, Latency, Data at Rest… 2. Mobile Connectivity – Capacity, Reliability, Ubiquity 24/7 , Weather, Tunnels, Buildings, Data in Transit… 3. Back-End Systems – Data, Applications, Access Control, Response Time, Cloud, Middleware… Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 3
  4. 4. Impact • PEOPLE: Feds & Customers – Services and Support (Consumers and Providers) • PROCESS: Rules & Regulations, Policy & Procedures, and Operations • TECHNOLOGY: Databases, Applications, and Networks & End Points - Devices Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 4
  5. 5. Mobility Evolution (ME) Where are we in the Mobile Evolution? All of us are moving towards mobile maturity… Exploration, Acceleration, Innovation (IDC 2011) Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 5
  6. 6. Adapting to Change From: Bing Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 6
  7. 7. Environmental Pressure - 1 • Unprecedented number of mobile devices are connecting to the enterprise network • Numbers are continuing to increase • Over a billion mobile devices sold Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 7
  8. 8. Environmental Pressure - 2 • Powerful Smartphones and Tablets are trying to outdo conventional PCs in the work place • People are demanding to use them, especially younger workers - BYOD Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 8
  9. 9. Environmental Pressure - 3 • Organizations are expanding beyond email and calendars into • Backend systems – supporting the core mission – with access to • Customer Support, Workflow, Business Intelligence, Corporate data/information – to serve the public efficiently Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 9
  10. 10. Environmental Pressure - 4 • • • • Leverage consumer mobile technology for broader access Increase Agility, Productivity, Faster Response to customer request, decrease cycle time Reduce Cost Increase Employee and Customer Satisfaction Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 10
  11. 11. Environmental Challenge - 1 • Lost or Stolen Device • Dealing with Confidential or Sensitive Data on the Device and in Transit Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 11
  12. 12. Environmental Challenge - 2 • Different Mobile Platforms / OSs / Devices / Apps – Different levels of vulnerability to – Malicious code and Malware – Enticing Targets to Hackers – Provide more Vectors for malicious payload Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 12
  13. 13. Environmental Challenge - 3 • APT (Advanced Persistent Threat) is on the rise • Nation State-sponsored threats • Mobile traffic – especially wireless traffic – is fraught with security challenges, dead spaces • Wireless, Bluetooth, insecure Wi-Fi - Airports, Coffee Shops, Hotel Lobby Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 13
  14. 14. Environmental Challenge - 4 • Patching and Upgrades can be plenty and time consuming to implement • Configuration / Change Management (CM) • Mobile Apps. - Numbers exploding and life-span is getting shorter Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 14
  15. 15. Environmental Challenge - 5 End User Behavior • Corporate email forwarded to personal accounts • Storing mission critical and sensitive corporate content/data in the public cloud (Dropbox), device without proper security controls • Agency data co-mingling with personal data, data leaks • Weak passwords Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 15
  16. 16. Environmental Challenge - 6 • Complex Compliance needs : – – – – – – – Infringement of Privacy Laws - PII HIPAA CIPSEA SOX NIST- Pub 800 Guidelines Section 508 OMB Circulars, Executive Orders, etc. Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 16
  17. 17. Environmental Challenge - 7 • Rapid pace of change on all mobile fronts – Users, Devices, Networks – wired and wireless, Back ends, Middleware, rules, regulations, peoples, staff skills, resources, expertise, process, technology, malware, hackers, virus, trojans, etc. – Hard to keep up with simultaneous developments on all fronts Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 17
  18. 18. Environmental Challenge - 8 • Finding and keeping skilled Employees, providing Employee Training and Resources to procure, implement and manage these technologies and threats Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 18
  19. 19. Environmental Challenge - 9 • Mobile Governance – Developing and implementing appropriate policies and procedures – Selecting and implementing appropriate MDM/EMM solutions – Protecting data on the device, segregating data containers, controlling mobile devices, allowing selected applications, etc. – Enforcing enterprise security policies remotely Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 19
  20. 20. Environmental Challenge - 10 • Identification, Authentication, and Authorization – Authentication – 2 factor - fingerprint, tokens, card readers, pictures, voice – Federated Identity Management – Single SignOn – Cipher Key Management (place, length, life span) – Role-based Access and Authorization to back-end resources – within agency firewalls, Private Cloud Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 20
  21. 21. Adaptation Set - 1 1. Most important Mobile Policy Decisions – Who should make them? 1. Lost or Stolen Devices – How to deal with them? 1. Mobile Applications – How to manage them? 4. Malware / Malicious Apps – How to prevent / respond / recover from them? Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 21
  22. 22. Adaptation Set - 2 5. BYOD – How to deal manage the device configurations / platforms / access controls / data leaks? 6. User Experience and Security – How to secure the agency data / content without infringing upon device owner’s rights 7. MDM Solution – – Cost / Benefit Analysis Do we really need it? Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 22
  23. 23. Adaptation Set - 3 8. Containerization - What are the challenges in sand boxes and containers? 9. Mobile Application Security - Which type of Web (HTML 5, js), Native (Java, .NET, Object C), Hybrid applications / SDKs / OS (iOS, Android, Windows Mobile, Symbian, etc.) to use? 10. Middleware / Cloud (BaaS) – Are the mobile applications accessing the middleware to reach into corporate data or using Cloud backend (Backend as a Service, BaaS) with APIs Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 23
  24. 24. Adaptation Set - 4 11. Long-term Mobile Strategy - What is our long term mobile strategy? What do we gain from this strategy? What is the goal we are trying to achieve? What are the metrics we would use to measure our progress? 12. Skills development and training - How do we train our employees to manage this trend and be successful at it? How much can we do in house and how much can we outsource? Do we have resources and exec. support? 13. Staying put - Will we become irrelevant or extinct (like dinosaurs)? Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 24
  25. 25. Adapt to Survive From: Bing Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 25
  26. 26. What does the Mobility End Point look like? Dr. Valivullah - Mobility From: Bing 26
  27. 27. Time will tell…. From : Google survival of the fittest…. Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 27
  28. 28. References 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Cyber Challenge Report (2013) HP Predicts 2014: Mobile and Wireless, (2013) Gartner BYOD: Facts and Future, (2013) Gartner Enterprise Mobile App Portfolio (2014), TechTarget Critical Capabilities of MDM Software (2013) Gartner Security for Business Innovation Council – Information Security Shake-Up CIO Essentials: Five Stages of Mobility Maturity (2013) IDC Several IDC Publications on Mobility (2013, 2014) Several FierceIT Security Publications (2013, 2014) NIST Pub. 800 -124, Managing Mobile Security, (2013) Google and Bing searches online Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 28
  29. 29. Thank you for your service to the American Public! Any Questions, Comments? Contact Info: Michael.Valivullah@nass.USDA.gov Dr. Valivullah - Mobility 29
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