The Gap in Your Data Protection Strategy: Mobile Devices
In this episode of “Talk Data To Me,” Hank Schless and Aaron Cockerill explain how attacks on mobile devices can lead to a breach of data in the cloud. For a business to succeed, data should be protected regardless of where it moves or who has access to it.
How to Manage Risk at the Mobile Endpoint
We help Federal Agencies Align to OMB and NIST Standards. Stay compliant with Zero Trust OMB mandates and NIST 800-124 Rev. 2. Lookout helps agencies reduce risk of advanced cyber threats that start at the mobile device.
Enhance Your Mobile Cybersecurity Posture with MITRE ATT&CK® Matrix for Mobile
The MITRE ATT&CK® Mobile Matrix is a comprehensive guide of the tactics. Learn the techniques used by attackers and how to develop effective strategies to defend against them.
The Mobile Enterprise: Where the Risk Is Bigger Than Malware and Phishing
In this data-based report, you'll benefit from a comprehensive overview of the real-world risk landscape facing businesses like yours.
Lookout Mobile Endpoint Security for Small Business
As more organizations rely on mobile devices and applications to store and access sensitive data, malicious actors are aggressively going after mobile devices.
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.
NIST 800-124 Cybersecurity Publication Revision: How to Implement Mobile Security
NIST recently released a comprehensive document offering valuable insights and guidelines for implementing robust mobile endpoint security solutions.
Top Mobile App Security Risks: From Risky Behavior to Hidden Malicious Code
TikTok to Pinduoduo and Temu are just some of the most recent examples of mobile app risks. Read this blog to learn about how you can protect your organization from them.
Lookout Powers VMware Workspace ONE Mobile Threat Defense (MTD)
Lookout and VMware recently announced the debut of Workspace ONE Mobile Threat Defense (MTD), a mobile security solution incorporating Lookout mobile protection technologies.
Lookout Named Best Mobile Security Solution by the SC Awards
I’m pleased to share that Lookout Mobile Endpoint Security has achieved yet another leadership milestone by being named SC Awards’ Best Mobile Security Solution of 2021.
Got MDM? Here Are Five Reasons Why You Still Need Mobile Security
MDM is a valuable component of an organization’s mobile strategy. But you also need mobile security to make sure your sensitive data is protected.
The Increasing Need for Mobile Security Among U.S. Federal Agencies
Employees are accessing sensitive data through their personal smartphones and tablets while they’re outside the protective perimeter of the office.
Lookout Partners With Trustonic To Bring Enhanced Mobile Security to Payment and Banking Applications
Lookout and Trustonic join to provide customers with protection from cyberthreats targeting banking, payment and other critical mobile transactions
Lookout Brings Mobile Security to SentinelOne Customers
Together with Lookout, SentinelOne will now be able to offer organizations a way to secure mobile endpoints as thoroughly as they protect traditional endpoints.
Mobile Security at the Center of Federal Internet of Things (IoT)
The "Internet of Things Cybersecurity Improvement Act of 2017," ensures that vendors selling IoT devices to the U.S. government meet certain cybersecurity standards.
Forrester’s Now Tech Mobile Security Report: The 2018 Vendor Landscape
To achieve comprehensive security, enterprises must choose solutions that complement their existing security ecosystem. Forester’s new Now Tech report reinforces this fact.
Cloud-First, Device Assisted: A Layered Defense Model
Stopping these malicious actors requires the kind of long view, holistic effort that Lookout has employed with its unique "cloud-first, device assisted" approach.
Mobile Threat Defense: The Drawbacks of “On-Device” MTD Solutions
Understanding each vendor’s technology approach and philosophy behind these solutions and the real implications on cybersecurity effectiveness.
2017 Gartner Market Guide for Mobile Threat Defense
Gartner says that leaving mobile endpoints unsecured presents an urgent risk to corporate, government, and regulated personal data.
Lookout & DHS Partnership | Best Mobile Security for Govt. Agencies
Today, DHS S&T announced it is partnering with Lookout to enhance the powerful Lookout Mobile Endpoint Security solution for government agencies.
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.
Q&A With Bob Stevens: Where Federal Agencies Are Putting Their Dollars in Mobile Security
Lookout VP of Federal Bob Stevens disusses how the Spectrum of Mobile Risk impacts government agencies and organizations.
EMM With Unified MTD + MARS Is the Best Practice for Mobile Security
Mobile security technology is moving towards a convergence of Mobile Threat Defense (MTD) and Mobile App Reputation Solutions (MARS).
The Convergence of the Mobile Threat Defense and Mobile App Reputation Market Is Good News for CISOs
In my conversations with CISOs, I repeatedly hear that one of the biggest issues they have is too many security products.
Presidential Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity: Prioritize Mobile Security Now
The Presidential Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity saying; de-prioritizing mobile security is no longer an option.
Holistic Mobile Security Means Protection From Threats, Data Leakage, and Your Own Applications
Mobile apps have become the primary way we access data, employees have wide control over their mobile environment, and you don’t know who developed those mobile apps.
Now Available: The Practical Guide to Enterprise Mobile Security
The Practical Guide to Enterprise Mobile Security is a one-stop shop for enterprise IT teams looking to enable mobile productivity in their organizations.
5 Active Mobile Threats Spoofing Enterprise Apps
Enterprise employees use mobile apps every day to get their jobs done, but when malicious actors start impersonating those apps, it's trouble for IT departments everywhere.
The Dangers of Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) Groups and What Enterprise Security Teams Need to Know
APTs are often thought of as primarily targeting governments for cyber espionage. However in reality, they could have just as much impact on the private sector.
How APT 41 Is Using Mobile Devices to Target Your Organization
Join us for this exclusive partner security briefing for a breakdown of these threats and to see why they are now targeting mobile devices.
Mobile Security for State and Local Agencies
Lookout Security expert Jose Garcia covers strategies for Mobile Endpoint Security and provides information on mobile security, BYOAD, and the emerging threat landscape.
New Guidance for Mobile Security
Hear from US federal CISO's on why they're adopting new guidance from NIST on how to best secure mobile users, particularly those working with sensitive government data.
5 Minute Friday: Scattered Spider, MGM, and Caesars
Caesars Entertainment and MGM resorts were recently a target for a well-known cybercrime group, Scattered Spider. Listen to this week’s 5 Minute Friday to learn about these attacks, how this group operates, and what you can do to avoid your organization being the next target.
Soap Suds: Protect Your Data From Risky Apps Like TikTok
Recent hype around Chinese apps TikTok and Pinduoduo has put a spotlight on the risk surrounding mobile apps. In this quick-fire Soap Suds episode, host Hank Schless discusses the concerns behind these Chinese apps and highlights the reasons why organizations need to keep tabs on mobile apps in general to minimize the risk to their data.
The Sleeping Giant is Waking Up: the State of Mobile Security Today ft. Cile Montgomery/VMware
With the rapid adoption of BYOD and the growing remote workforce, IT and security teams are just catching on to the need for mobile security to protect corporate data and assets. In this episode, host Hank Schless is joined by Cile Montgomery, Product Line Marketing Manager at VMware, to discuss the new risks mobile devices present to organizations and what trends to expect in the next year for mobile security.
Threat Hunt With the Right Red Thread: Why You Need Mobile EDR
Offices are empty and people are working from home. Tablets and smartphones have become a primary way workers are staying productive. Alex Gladd, Principal Product Manager joins us to talk about why you can’t stop breaches without including mobile devices as part of your threat hunting efforts.
Management Isn't Security: Why You Need More Than MDM
In this episode, we chat with our mobile security experts about mobile device management. Why is MDM in and of itself not security. What’s the best way to protect an organization’s smartphones and tablets? Listen in to find out.