Government mobility is already a reality. Critical data for employees to fulfill the mission has moved outside the reach of perimeter-based security to the cloud. This data now is accessible from any device, wherever employees are located.
As a result, there are more mobile devices than ever accessing government data over LTE and non-Government wi-fi networks, so traditional security protocols are no longer adequate on their own. In addition, mobile management solutions are just that, for managing devices, but not securing them.
Lookout Mobile Endpoint Security is a FedRamp Approved solution that provides your mobile workers with protection against:
Lookout, the leader in mobile security, has received its Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) Joint Advisory Board (JAB) Provisional Authority to Operate (P-ATO) for its Lookout Mobile Endpoint Security solution.
Lookout Mobile Endpoint Security completed rigorous testing, demonstrating it meets the rigid security and technical requirements mandated by FedRAMP.
The solution mitigates risk for government agencies by providing visibility into the entire spectrum of mobile threats, applying policies to measurably reduce risk, and integrating into agencies’ existing security and mobile managements.
When organizations need to activate telework protocol, government employees rely on mobile devices to stay connected. Lookout helps government organizations scale mobile deployment securely as employees go remote.
In the fast-changing world of mobile security, Lookout Threat Advisory taps into the massive dataset from our global sensor network of millions of devices to provide threat intelligence updates and analyses, as well as direct access to the leading mobile security researchers, so your organization can stay a step ahead.
Federal, state, and local government field agents rely on mobile devices to access work resources such as email, case files, and other applications. Often traveling to various geographies, field agents can be exposed to app-based, network-based, and device-based threats. These threats seek to exploit mobile devices as they operate outside the traditional security perimeter, often targeting high stake users like field agents in particular. Backend systems accessed remotely by these agents contain sensitive government data and personally identifiable information (PII), which could be used to compromise the financial well-being, privacy, and identity of US citizens.
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