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Jan 10th at
8:00 am PT | 11:00 am  ET
5:00 pm CET | 4:00 pm GMT

Host:

Speakers:

Jim Coyle
Federal Security Strategist, Lookout
Christoph Hebeisen
Director, Security Intelligence Research, Lookout

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Host:

Speaker:

Speakers:

Jim Coyle
Federal Security Strategist, Lookout
Christoph Hebeisen
Director, Security Intelligence Research, Lookout

Exclusive Partner Briefing: How Are Chinese Apps Affecting Your Customer’s Data Risk Exposure?

Recent global scrutiny of mobile apps developed by Chinese entities has put a spotlight on data collection capabilities and the risk to organizations of every industry and size. While apps like TikTok have been in the crosshairs of governments around the world, there are currently more than 9 million apps identified in the Lookout data corpus that communicate with IPs, domains or servers in China.

With so much noise in the press, it can be difficult to discern what IT and Security teams should be concerned about and what they can do to protect their sensitive data from these risky apps.

In this webinar, mobile security experts from Lookout will help by diving into:

  • A technical breakdown of how these apps pose risk to your users, devices, and data
  • Why it’s critical to handle this issue in light of government mandates and compliance standards
  • How to protect users and data on both managed and unmanaged mobile devices
  • What you can do to protect your customers from existing risks and stay ahead of future threats

Host:

Speakers:

Jim Coyle
Federal Security Strategist, Lookout
Christoph Hebeisen
Director, Security Intelligence Research, Lookout

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