Global Pharmaceutical Leader Enables Conditional Access
The CISO of a leading pharmaceutical organization wanted to mitigate the data leakage and compliance risks from mobile devices accessing the company's research data.
How Lookout Protects Employee Location Data
With the world’s largest mobile data set, the Lookout Cloud Security shows that more than 40% of new Android apps in 2019 collected specific user location data.
How Lookout Enables CCPA Compliance
Firms will need to re-examine their data protection strategies to ensure they are meeting ‘reasonable security’ standards in an era of increasingly sophisticated cyberthreats.
Lookout Secures the Small Business Mobile Workforce
While they may recognize the risk, smaller organizations are focused on scaling the business, and can’t allocate large amounts of time to cybersecurity.
How Lookout Protects Point of Sale Devices
POS systems are a great way to offer payment flexibility and ensure loyal customers get their rewards points, but they also offer an easy point of entry for an attacker.
How Lookout Protects Law Firm Client Cloud Data
A large amount of information law firms are required to keep confidential is accessed outside the four walls of a firm, outside the reach of traditional security tools.
Lookout for Government Field Agents
Systems accessed remotely by agents contain sensitive government data, which could be used to compromise the financial well-being, privacy, and identity of US citizens.
Lookout for Financial Services in the EU
With Office 365 employees connect to corporate resources anytime from their personal devices. This introduces exposure to malicious apps, and OS vulnerabilities.
Why Deploying MTD and EMM Together Makes Sense
Employees are frequently working from mobile devices, organizations must provide mobile employees secure and flexible access to cloud-based enterprise data.
Lookout for Financial Services
As financial professionals increasingly conduct business from mobile devices, sensitive information continues to flow beyond the reach of traditional security perimeters.