On August 25, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post and many other media outlets covered Lookout and Citizen Lab's striking find: the most sophisticated, targeted, and persistent mobile attack ever found on iOS.
The attack allows an adversary to silently jailbreak an iOS device and stealthily spy on victims, collecting information from voice communications, camera, email, messaging, GPS, passwords, and contact lists.
This discovery is further proof that mobile platforms are fertile ground for gathering sensitive information from target victims, and well-resourced threat actors are regularly exploiting that mobile environment.
The five things CISOs and CIOs should do now
Device already infected with Pegasus? Updating your OS won’t help
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Encryption and VPNs alone do not protect you from Pegasus and Trident
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Get a quick overview and answers to the most frequently asked questions about the Pegasus spyware and Trident vulnerabilities from the Executive Four-Minute Read document below, ideal for CEOs and business executives.
CISOs, CIOs, and Security Researchers should get a copy of the Technical Analysis of Pegasus Spyware, the most in-depth information available on this unprecedented attack, from the only security company with samples of Pegasus.
Spend four minutes reading this executive brief for a complete overview of the Pegasus spyware attack on iOS, including answers to the most commonly asked questions, a summary of the media response, and unique perspective from Lookout.Get the executive brief arrow_forward
Read Lookout's investigation into this highly sophisticated espionage software. The attack takes advantage of how essential mobile devices are in our lives, spying on voice communications, camera, email, messaging, GPS, passwords, and contact lists.Get the report arrow_forward
Watch this on-demand webinar to learn the technical details of Lookout and Citizen Lab's striking find: the most sophisticated, targeted, and persistent mobile attack ever found in iOS.
Get visual, step-by-step instructions on how to determine if you've been affected by Pegasus.
Congressman Ted Lieu urges the U.S. government to pay closer attention to mobile security.
Learn how this attack directly applies to enterprises and how to protect sensitive data.