Bob Stevens heads up the Americas team at Lookout, where he focuses on providing mobile threat visibility and protection to enterprise and government entities. Bob has over 25 years of experience in the industry and prior to Lookout, he was in charge of the Symantec federal team, helping agencies secure their data. Before that he led the Juniper Network federal team and has held leadership positions at Network Equipment Technologies, Bivio Networks and Brocade Communications. Prior to entering the private sector, Bob served in the United States Air Force as a computer specialist at the White House Communications Agency. He is an avid golfer and loves cycling, running, boating, and camping.
The Federal Office Has a New Look: Here’s How to Keep it Secure
To fully secure a telework environment, agencies need to tackle two objectives – mobile threat awareness and a comprehensive mobile endpoint security strategy.
Is Your Mobile Device Secure?
Discover why the role and importance of mobile devices in our democratic process will continue to increase into the future. Learn more today with Lookout.
The Increasing Need for Mobile Security in U.S. Federal Agencies
Employees are accessing sensitive data through their personal smartphones and tablets while they’re outside the protective perimeter of the office.
Lookout Achieves FedRAMP Authorization to Operate with JAB P-ATO
Lookout is now the only mobile endpoint security solution to achieve one of the most comprehensive risk assessments of a cloud service offering (CSO).
Protecting Government Agencies From Phishing Attacks
Lookout Phishing & Content Protection is designed to keep the public sector secure from phishing attacks in a mobile-first world. Learn more today.
Helping Higher Education Tackle Today’s Cybersecurity Challenges
The perimeter has fully disappeared, and thankfully there are solutions that allow higher education institutions to safely and securely leverage innovation.
Why Government Should Embrace Personal Technology, Not Ban It
The recognition that mobile devices are insecure is a step in the right direction, but I have to wonder, is a ban the answer?
Lookout Is “FedRAMP Ready”, Protect Agencies Against Mobile Risks
Lookout Mobile Endpoint Security is vetted, secure, and can be quickly implemented into any U.S. government organization.
Presidential Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity
The Presidential Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity saying; de-prioritizing mobile security is no longer an option.
Congressional Hearing After Trident iOS Vulnerability Discovery
After news of the Trident vulnerabilities broke, Congressman Ted Lieu issued a statement urging the U.S. government to pay closer attention to mobile security.