Mobile Security Made Easy for Small Business
Securing corporate data from risks shouldn’t be a roadblock for productivity, but rather a set of practices to ensure employees aren’t putting their organizations at risk.
Lookout for Small Business + Microsoft Office 365
Small businesses are increasingly relying on Microsoft Office 365 to enable their employees to work how they want and where they want. However, this comes with a big risk.
Lookout Integrations and Alliances Overview
As the leading provider of mobile security, Lookout integrates with tools that help organizations benefit from unified security, visibility, and management of endpoints.
Lookout for App Defense PSD2 Mobile Banking Regulation
Key security goals set by the Regulatory Technical Standards for PSD2 are the ability to detect malware and provide a security to mitigate risk on user devices.
Lookout and Microsoft Partnering To Enable Secure Mobility
Organizations are increasingly adopting mobile management strategies for mobile, but in today’s evolving threat landscape it’s more challenging than ever to stay secure.
Proactively Protect Your Customers’ Data and Account Credentials on Mobile
Smartphone apps have become an integral part of everyday life. Almost every company is now investing in mobile apps to deliver innovative services to their customers.
Protect Your Customers’ Data and Account Credentials on Mobile
Mobile apps have become an integral part of everyday life. To win consumer engagement, almost every company is investing in mobile apps to deliver services to customers.
The Internet-Based Threats Putting Your Organization at Risk
As you embrace the productivity boost that comes with using the internet as your default corporate network, you need to stay vigilant against these internet-based threats.
Lookout Obtains FedRAMP JAB P-ATO for SASE: What It Means for You
As the federal government continues to emphasize the importance of Zero Trust, Lookout has achieved a major milestone to aid in those efforts.
When Legit Apps Turn Malicious. Hint: It Happens Often
A popular Android app Barcode Scanner was recently found to be infected with adware. After an update in late 2020, it started pushing advertising to users without warning.
Top Three Threats Facing US Government Employees Amid Telework
All levels of government are increasingly exposed to credential-harvesting mobile attacks as well as risks from adware and outdated operating systems.
Goontact: Spyware Used by Sextortionists | iOS/Android Blackmail
The Lookout Threat Intelligence team has discovered a new mobile app threat targeting iOS and Android users in Chinese speaking countries, Korea and Japan.
Pharma on the Hook: Cyberattackers Phishing for Your Secret Formulas
We found that 77 percent of mobile phishing attempts on pharmaceutical organizations through the third quarter of 2020 intended on delivering malware.
Lookout Partners With Google To Protect Users From App Risk
With this partnership, Lookout can stop malicious apps before they become a threat by scanning apps submitted to the Google Play Store before they are available for download.
New Surveillanceware Developed by Russian Defence Contractor
Monokle is a new and sophisticated set of custom Android surveillanceware tools developed by the Russia-based company, Special Technology Centre, Ltd.
3 Insights From the Gartner Hype Cycle for Mobile Security 2017
Gartner recently released its July 2017 Hype Cycle for Mobile Security 2017, confirming that mobile threat defense (MTD) has matured as a key enterprise security technology.
Understanding the Data: How To Think About Mobile Malware Encounter Rates
Enterprises often overlook mobile security risks because they are focused on seemingly low encounter rates for specific threats in the wild.
Data Compromise via Mobile Threats: Enterprises Are Facing Attacks
Mobile threats are more complex than a piece of malware in a third-party app store. In this blog post we dissect the “threats” component of the Mobile Risk Matrix.
First iOS Malware Outbreak | How Many Devices Affected?
XcodeGhost is the latest example that iOS devices, indeed any device, can be subject to attack and that even a highly-curated app store can contain malicious apps.
5 Minute Friday | Robin Banks: A Poster Child for MFA Bypass
In this week's episode of 5 Minute Friday, we discuss the resurgence of the Robin Banks, a phishing-as-a-service kit, and its tactics like MFA bypass. We also discuss related threats such as 0ktapus, showcasing evolving cyber threats and the replication of successful attack methods among different groups. Stay up to date on recent threat intelligence here: www.lookout.com/threat-intelligence
5 Minute Friday | Dropper as a Service
In this episode of 5 Minute Friday, we discuss droppers, a type of mobile malware that serves as a middleman between a target device and the threat actor's command and control server. Droppers are now being offered as a service, which could enable more advanced malware to get on more devices. Stay up to date on recent threat intelligence: www.lookout.com/threat-intelligence
Soap Suds: The Return of SharkBot
SharkBot, a notorious banking trojan, has just resurfaced since it was first spotted in the wild in October 2021. In this newest variation, the malware targets banking credentials through two apps with collectively over 60,000 downloads on Google Play. In this episode, host Hank Schless discusses what you need to know about SharkBot and how to protect yourself and your organization.