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  • Why you can easily get into Pentagon through their employees?

    Mobile games and dating apps are what they do at work in the US Department of Defense.

    The Inspector General of the United States Department of Defense has found that unauthorized applications downloaded to employees' mobile devices used by the Pentagon can pose information security risks.

    The special document states that Pentagon employees are downloading applications on their work mobile devices that can pose a threat to the confidentiality of information and information systems of the Department of Defense. Including dating apps, games, third party messengers, etc.

    US civil servants are given special smartphones upon employment that have passed security checks and are certified for use in institutions with increased information responsibility.

    However, as the inspector general noted, these smartphones still have unhindered access to unauthorized mobile applications. Which directly increases the risk that “personnel will download compromised applications capable of exposing Department of Defense information or injecting malware.”

    “Many of the unauthorized applications require access to the camera, microphone or GPS. Apps found with similar permissions included photo and video editing, telemedicine, weather, maps, and fitness apps. The inspector also added that some of the downloaded applications "had known cybersecurity risks" or contained potentially inappropriate content.

    The report also states that even seemingly harmless commercial applications pose a threat to DoD data and related information systems.

    Such concerns have already led to US government employees being banned from using the TikTok app on their work phones. This was due to repeated accusations of the popular social network of excessive surveillance of its users. Now, all applications that are not of practical use for solving work tasks in the field of national defense have come under attack.

    Perhaps the most effective solution would be to ship smartphones to U.S. government employees with the app store cut out and the ability to install them from third-party sources disabled. Maybe someday such a decision will be implemented, but until then we will encounter similar news more than once.

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