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End User Devices Security and Configuration Guidance

Configuration guidance for the use of a wide range of mobile platforms for remote working at OFFICIAL

This guidance is for public sector organisations to follow when deploying end user devices for remote working at OFFICIAL. Additional guidance is available for departments considering a ‘Bring Your Own Device’ (BYOD) approach or deploying web browsers.

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End User Devices Security Guidance - Introduction

Overview

These documents provide an overview to how the End User Device Security Guidance should be used. The introduction document now also contains several videos explaining this in more detail.

  1. End User Devices Security Guidance: Introduction

    • 24 March 2015
    • Guidance
  2. End User Devices Security Principles

    • 5 March 2015
    • Guidance
  3. End User Devices Security Guidance: Enterprise considerations

    • 6 January 2015
    • Guidance

Application Development Guidance

  1. Application Development Guidance: Introduction

    • 3 September 2014
    • Guidance
  2. Android Application Development Guidance

    • 4 September 2014
    • Guidance
  3. Apple iOS Application Development Guidance

    • 3 September 2014
    • Guidance

Other Platform Guidance

  1. End User Devices Security Guidance: Factory reset and reprovisioning

    • 10 June 2014
    • Guidance
  2. Obsolete platforms security guidance

    • 29 April 2015
    • Guidance

Other Information

This guidance is issued by CESG, the UK’s National Technical Authority on Information Assurance. One of the roles of CESG is to provide advice to UK government entities and organisations providing services to UK government. The guidance found here is provided and intended for use by this audience. It is provided ‘as-is’ an an example of how specific requirements could be met. It should be used to help inform risk management decisions on the use of the products described, but it should not be used for procurement decisions; it is not intended to be exhaustive, it does not act as an endorsement of any particular product or technology, and it is not tailored to individual needs. It is not a replacement for independent, specialist advice. Users should ensure that they take appropriate technical and legal advice in using this and other guidance published by CESG.

This guidance is provided without any warranty of any kind, whether express or implied. It is provided without any representation as to the accuracy, completeness, integrity, content, quality, or fitness for purpose of all or any part of it. CESG cannot, then, accept any liability whatsoever for any loss or damage suffered or any costs incurred by any person as a result of, or arising from, either the disclosure of this guidance to you, or your subsequent use of it.

This guidance is © UK Crown Copyright. All Rights Reserved.

  1. End User Devices Security Guidance: About the guidance

    • 10 June 2014
    • Guidance