Mike Murray is the Chief Security Officer at Lookout. For nearly two decades, Mike has focused on high-end security research, first as a researcher and penetration tester and then building and leading teams of highly skilled security professionals. He previously lead Product Development Security at GE Healthcare, where he built a global team to secure the Healthcare Internet of Things. Prior to that, he co-founded The Hacker Academy and MAD Security, and has held leadership positions at companies including nCircle Network Security, Liberty Mutual Insurance and Neohapsis.
Texts and Their Impact on Election Campaign Security
Lookout recognized that mobile devices could influence the elections, so that is why we held a special briefing on Capitol Hill in early October.
Lookout Discovers Phishing Site Targeting DNC
As reported in the media, Lookout has discovered a customer phishing kit targeted at the Democratic National Committee (DNC) via a third-party technology provider NGP VAN.
Mobile Persistent Threat Actor Running Global Espionage Campaign
Lookout and Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) have discovered Dark Caracal, a persistent and prolific actor running a global espionage campaign.
The mAPT Has Arrived
Mobile has emerged as a key component of the Advanced Persistent Threat arsenal and is the ideal weapon for cyber espionage.
Spectre & Meltdown: How 2 of the Largest Vulns Impact Mobile
Spectre & Meltdown are arguably two of the biggest vulnerabilities in computing and certainly mobile history.
WannaCry: A Throwback to the Past and a Vision of the Future
When WannaCry started disrupting business operations, mobile devices enabled some work to continue. However, the majority of business are unprepared for an attack on mobile.
Lookout in Vanity Fair: The Real Story Behind Pegasus and Trident
Vanity Fair interviewed the Lookout Security Intelligence team to understand the story behind the discovery of Trident.
Security Alert: Apple Just Patched Trident in Macs, Too
Lookout and our partners discovered another detail: three software holes were present in Apple’s Mac computers.
3 Things CISOs Need To Know About the Trident iOS Vulnerabilities
Trident allows an adversary to silently jailbreak an iOS device and stealthily spy on victims, collecting information from apps. Here’s what CISOs should know.