Federal 100: Jeff Trauberman

Jeff Trauberman
Vice President of Space, Intelligence and Missile Defense
Government Operations

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The work: Helping agencies deploy secure mobile computing environments using commercially available tools.

The impact: Trauberman provided a way for the Defense Department and eventually other government agencies to secure their mobile communications without costly custom development.

The nuts and bolts: Trauberman recognized the need for industry and government employees to be untethered from their desks yet able to share information securely. Using off-the-shelf technology, he and his team connected the dots in innovative ways to achieve breakthrough levels of risk reduction in mobile computing platforms, including tablet PCs and smart phones.

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About the Author

Brian Robinson is a freelance writer based in Portland, Ore.

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