STIPULATIONS FOR USING NAVY MOBILE DEVICES (SMART PHONE/TABLETS) REF/A/DOC/DON CIO/17APR15:
R 211645Z APR 15
FM CNO WASHINGTON DC
INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC
MSGID/GENADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N2N6/MAR//
SUBJ/STIPULATIONS FOR USING NAVY MOBILE DEVICES (SMART PHONE/TABLETS)
REF/B/DOC/DON CIO Memo/30JAN09//
REF/E/DOC/APPLE iOS 8 Interim Guidance/18SEP14//
REF/F/DOC/DON CIO MEMO/02SEP05
REF/G/DOC/DOD CIO DIRECTIVE/ DoDD 8100.02/14APR04 POC/ANDREA ST.
JOHN/CIV/OPNAV N2N6BC1/TEL: (571) 256-8512/EMAIL:
AMPN/Reference (a) is Department of the Navy Chief Information Office
memorandum, Approval of Good Mobility Mobile Computing (UGMMC) V2. Reference
(b) is Department of Navy (DON) Chief Information Officer Memorandum 01-09,
Information Assurance Policy for Platform Information Technology (IT).
Reference (c) is the Acceptable Use Policy for DON IT Resources. Reference
(d) provides the policy updates for personal electronic devices (PED)
security and application of email signature and encryption. Reference (e)
lists all required security controls for the iOS 8 operating system.
Reference (f) stipulates that that all IT that receives, processes, stores,
displays, or transmits DoD information will be acquired, configured,
operated, maintained, and disposed of consistent with applicable DoD
cybersecurity policies, standards, and architectures. Reference (g) is
Department of Defense Directive that establishes policy and assigns
responsibilities for the use of commercial wireless devices, services, and
technologies in the DoD Global Information Grid.
RMKS:/1. This NAVADMIN provides information and guidance on the use of
government issued mobility devices in support of the advancement of
information technology wireless services on the Navy Marine-Corps Intranet
2. Mobility is transforming how the Navy operates, connects, and supports
our personnel and the fleet. To meet this growing demand the Naval
Enterprise Networks (NEN) program office (PMW-205) has implemented a mobile
solution to meet operational needs while complying with architectural and
security requirements to protect the Navy enterprise. This new service
initially supports iPhone 5s/6 running iOS 8. Android and newer iPhone/iOS
versions will be supported as they are released and certified for operation
on the NMCI network. Information, processes, and user guides/acknowledgement
are available at https://www.homeport.navy.mil/services/mobile/.
3. New devices will use a Good Technology (trademark) container to securely
segregate official data from personal data, thereby providing users the
ability to perform government work and personal activities securely and
effectively on the same device per U.S. Navy policies on acceptable use of
government IT. Mobile device configuration, security settings, and policy
enforcement will be managed using Good Technology (trademark) mobile device
management software and equipment installed on NMCI.
4. The improved service will be available to users who are approved by their
local command and can be ordered as a standard wireless device update through
the command's contract technical representative (CTR) or the command*s
wireless account manager. Existing blackberry capabilities will continue to
be supported until end of life or full transition to iOS and Android devices.
5. Per reference (a), the following stipulations apply.
a. Use of personally owned devices is not authorized.
b. Program Manager (PM) shall enable TouchID, ensuring it is only used
to access the native (non-secure) persona of the device. The additional
password requirements to access the Good container minimizes the risk of
access to DoD information. Further, on devices without TouchID the PM shall
retain the passcode minimum of four alphanumeric characters to authenticate
to the native (non-secure) persona of the device.
c. Access to the Good Container will be controlled via a minimum eight
character passcode containing alpha/numeric and special characters.
d. Commands and users are responsible for adhering to all applicable
physical security requirements for portable electronic devices in command
e. The camera will be turned on by default, with the option to have it
turned off per individual or as directed at the command level. Cameras on
Government Furnished Equipment devices will be subject to wireless security
restrictions imposed by the facility in which the device is being operated
per reference (f). Cellular/PCS and/or other RF or Infrared (IR) wireless
devices shall not be allowed into an area where classified information is
discussed or processed without written approval from the DAA in consultation
with the Cognizant Security Authority (CSA) Certified TEMPEST Technical
Authority (CTTA) per reference (g).
f. Non-work applications may be installed only outside the Good
Container and may only be acquired from the iTunes/Google app stores. Users
are responsible for all charges and installations of personally desired
applications and data installed on the non-secure portion of the device.
6. DoD Instruction 8520.02 requires all Department of Defense (DoD)
information systems, including networks and email, be enabled to use DoD-
issued public key infrastructure certificates in order to support
authentication, access control, confidentiality, data integrity, and non-
repudiation. DON users shall digitally sign all email messages with
attachments, active content, or which require either message integrity or
non-repudiation verification. Email messages containing sensitive
information shall be encrypted. Transmission of email (i.e. create, forward,
reply, and reply all) that should be either signed or encrypted without
applying digital signature or encryption is prohibited, regardless of
technical limitations of the desktop or handheld device being used.
7. Additional capabilities will be released on NMCI Homeport at
https://www.homeport.navy.mil/services/mobile/ and other NENs when available
and within operational priorities.
8. Released by VADM Ted N. Branch, OPNAV N2N6.//