Modernizing government through secure mobility

Enabling secure mobility is one of the best ways government agencies can deliver the benefits of modern work to employees and constituents alike. To help organizations embrace the power of modern endpoints, applications, and cloud services, the Department of Defense (DoD) Mobile Device Strategy outlines a vision for supporting a highly mobile workforce. This document offers recommendations for providing secure connectivity and access to critical data and apps — all of which can be enabled through a unified endpoint management (UEM) provider like MobileIron.

Put MobileIron to work for your agency

Secure agency devices
Protect mobile apps and data
Reduce data overage charges
Support field productivity
Support employee-owned devices
Enable two-factor authentication with derived credentials

MobileIron’s federal certifications

  • FIPS 140-2

    FIPS 140-2

    A 3rd party approved U.S. government computer security standard. Protection of a cryptographic module within a security system is necessary to maintain the confidentiality and integrity of the information protected by the module. 

  • SOC2


    Service Organization Controls (SOC) are a series of accounting standards that measure the control of financial information for a service organization. They are covered under the SSAE 16 and ISAE 3402 professional standards.

  • FedRAMP


    Fedramp is a mandatory U.S. government program that provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization and continuous monitoring for cloud services.



    A National Information Assurance Program approved Protection Profile, which includes requirements to ensure particular functionality is present, and addresses DOD specific need for mobile device management servers.

  • NSA Approved

    NSA Approved

    Validated comercial solution for classified program components

  • CJIS


    CJIS is designed to secure fingerprint records, background check information and other criminal justice information that is stored with or shared between local, state and federal law enforcement agencies.

  • Derived Credentials & CAC/PIV

    Derived Credentials & CAC/PIV

    A Derived PIV Credential, which is issued by a Federal department or agency to ve used with mobile devices where the use of a physical card is impractical. The Derived PIV Credential is designed to serve as a Federal government-wide standard for a secure identity credential interoperable across agencies.

Learn more

CJIS White paper
Signature Healthcare
Queensland police
Derived credentials
Executive Briefing Series: CDM and Mobile Security
CDM compliance datasheet
Executive briefing series: Mobile cyber security
COVID-19 drives agencies to investigate alternatives to VPNs
MobileIron supports all phases of CDM compliance
Public safety relies on secure and efficient mobile communication
Mobile First Government datasheet
MobileIron selected as subcontractor in USDA
MobileIron selected as subcontractor in Defense Information Systems Agency MDM/MAS contract