DC User Groups: One Platform; Many Devices
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Beyond just online platforms, the new survey finds that the vast majority of teens have access to digital devices, such as smartphones (95%), desktop or laptop computers (90%) and gaming consoles (80%). And the study shows there has been an uptick in daily teen internet users, from 92% in 2014-15 to 97% today. In addition, the share of teens who say they are online almost constantly has roughly doubled since 2014-15 (46% now and 24% then).
Looking within teens who use a given platform, TikTok and Snapchat stand out for having larger shares of teenage users who visit these platforms regularly. Fully 86% of teen TikTok or Snapchat users say they are on that platform daily and a quarter of teen users for both of these platforms say they are on the site or app almost constantly. Somewhat smaller shares of teen YouTube users (20%) and teen Instagram users (16%) say they are on those respective platforms almost constantly (about eight-in-ten teen users are on these platforms daily).
Not only is there a smaller share of teenage Facebook users than there was in 2014-15, teens who do use Facebook are also relatively less frequent users of the platform compared with the other platforms covered in this survey. Just 7% of teen Facebook users say they are on the site or app almost constantly (representing 2% of all teens). Still, about six-in-ten teen Facebook users (57%) visit the platform daily.
Select the trusted certificate profile you previously configured and assigned to applicable users and devices for this SCEP certificate profile. The trusted certificate profile is used to provision users and devices with the Trusted Root CA certificate. For information about the trusted certificate profile, see Export your trusted root CA certificate and Create trusted certificate profiles in Use certificates for authentication in Intune.
This domain-related, Global group triggers non-configurable protection on devices and host computers, starting with the Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows 8.1 operating systems. It also triggers non-configurable protection on domain controllers in domains that have a primary domain controller running Windows Server 2016 or Windows Server 2012 R2. This protection greatly reduces the memory footprint of credentials when users sign in to computers on the network from a non-compromised computer.
Members of the Terminal Server License Servers group can update user accounts in Active Directory with information about license issuance. The group is used to track and report TS Per User CAL usage. A TS Per User CAL gives one user the right to access an instance of Terminal Server from an unlimited number of client computers or devices. This group appears as an SID until the domain controller is made the primary domain controller and it holds the operations master (FSMO) role. This group can't be renamed, deleted, or removed.
Shared Device Licensing is a licensing model to deploy and manage Adobe applications in labs and shared device setups, where multiple users use the devices and applications. The software license is assigned to a device or computer instead of an individual. Shared Device Licensing is ideal for computers in your labs or classrooms. Shared Device Licensing is not designed for use on machines used by dedicated users. For dedicated users, we recommend you deploy named-user licenses.
A user group is a collection of different users that have to be given a shared set of permissions. There are various permissions across different products that have to be assigned to many users in varying order. Managing permissions by user is not a sustainable model.
The nature of hardware-based cryptography ensures that the information stored in hardware is better protected from external software attacks. A variety of applications storing secrets on a TPM can be developed. These applications make it much harder to access information on computing devices without proper authorization (e.g., if the device was stolen). If the configuration of the platform has changed as a result of unauthorized activities, access to data and secrets can be denied and sealed off using these applications.
However, it is important to understand that TPM cannot control the software that is running on a PC. TPM can store pre-run time configuration parameters, but it is other applications that determine and implement policies associated with this information.Processes that need to secure secrets, such as digital signing, can be made more secure with a TPM. And mission critical applications requiring greater security, such as secure email or secure document management, can offer a greater level of protection when using a TPM. For example, if at boot time it is determined that a PC is not trustworthy because of unexpected changes in configuration, access to highly secure applications can be blocked until the issue is remedied (if a policy has been set up that requires such action). With a TPM, one can be more certain that artifacts necessary to sign secure email messages have not been affected by software attacks. And, with the use of remote attestation, other platforms in the trusted network can make a determination, to which extent they can trust information from another PC. Attestation or any other TPM functions do not transmit personal information of the user of the platform.
Fortinet Single Sign-On (FSSO), formerly known as FortiGate Server Authentication Extension (FSAE), is the authentication protocol by which users can transparently authenticate to FortiGate, FortiAuthenticator, and FortiCache devices. The FortiAuthenticator unit identifies users based on their authentication from a different system, and can be authenticated via numerous methods:
The platform layer includes all the systems and processes used to manage this information. Examples include systems for content management, processes such as web API (Application Programming Interface)15 and application development, services that support mission critical IT functions such as human resources or financial management, as well as the hardware used to access information (e.g. mobile devices).
Foster the sharing of existing policies and best practices using online platforms and communities of practice to provide more structure to existing ad-hoc collaboration efforts. For instance, many front-running agencies have already launched bring-your-own-device (BYOD) pilots that test new devices and solutions. The Advisory Group will work with the Federal CIO Council to develop government-wide BYOD guidance leveraging their findings. The Advisory Group will also work with the Federal Web Managers Council to develop guidelines for improving digital services and creating better digital content (see section 6) and setting up intra-agency governance models for delivering better digital services (see section 4).
To jumpstart this shift, GSA will establish a government-wide contract vehicle for mobile devices and wireless service and offer agencies the option of accessing central portal services for placing orders, reporting inventory, and managing expenses to optimize their mobile usage. GSA will also set up a government-wide mobile device management platform to support enhanced monitoring, management, security, and device synchronization. The Federal CIO Council will work with the Digital Services Advisory Group (see Section 3) to develop models for the secure, yet rapid, delivery of commercial mobile applications into the federal environment to support the consistent application of security and interoperability requirements. For example, an enterprise mobile application environment could provide central hosting, distribution, certification, and management services for mobile applications.
The general public and our government workforce should be able to access government information and services on demand and on any device. To jump-start the transition to mobile platforms, agencies will be required to mobile-enable at least two priority customer-facing services within the next 12 months. This includes services currently provided offline or optimizing those currently delivered online for mobile platforms. Agencies will also be required to deliver information in new ways that fully harness the power and potential of mobile and web-based technologies and ensure that all domains (e.g. www.agency.gov) can be easily accessed and used on mobile devices. GSA will help coordinate these efforts to prevent the development of duplicative services and support the use of shared solutions to provide the best quality mobile services at the lowest costs (see section 3).
On a per-user basis, manage file types that are denied or allowed to be moved to and from removable devices and media and restrict the daily amount of data copied to removable devices and media. Add forced encryption and prohibit downloading of executables from removable devices for an added layer of malware protection.
Centrally define and manage user, user group, workstation, and workstation group access to authorized devices, cloud storage systems as well as Microsoft Bitlocker System Drive encryption. Devices, media and users that are not explicitly authorized are denied access by default.
The iboss Zero Trust SSE uses a single global security edge which sits in front of all resources, on-prem or in the cloud, making them inaccessible by attackers and only accessible by your trusted users. The Zero Trust security edge inspects every single transaction between users, devices and protected resources and selectively allows trusted and approved requests while denying all others. Because it is a single unified Zero Trust SSE, security and visibility is the same regardless of the resource protected, including data in the cloud or within the office. CASB, Data Loss Prevention (DLP), Malware Defense and visibility is applied equally and consistently to all requests, regardless of resource type or location. 153554b96e