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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

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Host:

Speaker:

Speakers:

Jim Coyle
Federal Security Strategist, Lookout

Unmasking Pegasus: Understand the Threat & Strengthen Your Defense

Exclusive Partner Security Briefing

With the recent resurgence of Pegasus globally, come join Lookout for 30 minutes as we discuss our initial identification of Pegasus, how Pegasus works, its history, and campaigns. For those traveling this summer, we will also talk about steps you can take to better protect yourself. 

This session will enable you to talk to your customers about:

  •  Pegasus and how it works
  •  How Lookout protects against it 
  • General security tips to stay safe

About Pegasus

Created by the NSO Group, an Israeli cyber-intelligence firm, Pegasus is a highly advanced mobile malware that infects iOS and Android devices. Silently installed on devices, it enables operators to extract specific GPS coordinates, messages, encrypted chats from apps like WhatsApp and Signal, photos and emails, record calls, and secretly turn on the microphone and camera.

Host:

Speakers:

Jim Coyle
Federal Security Strategist, Lookout

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