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Aug 15, 2022   |  By Hank Schless
It seems like every week another household brand announces that they’ve been the victim of a data breach. Recently, cloud communications company Twilio announced that its internal systems were breached after attackers obtained employee credentials using an SMS phishing attack. Around the same time, Cloudflare, a content delivery network and DDoS mitigation company, reported that its employees were also targeted but their systems were not compromised.
Aug 3, 2022   |  By Tina Hampton
Even before working from anywhere became the norm, organizations of every size were already becoming more reliant on mobile devices and productivity apps. But this reliance has also opened users, devices and data up to more risk. This is why we are thrilled to see our friends at Vodafone offering a new bundle for small businesses that brings together Lookout for Small Business mobile security and Google Workspace, a suite of collaboration and productivity apps by Google.
Aug 2, 2022   |  By Hank Schless
One of the best ways to stay up to date on how mobile devices affect your organization's security is by reading the Mobile Security Index (MSI) by Verizon. Lookout is a long-time contributor to the report, including the 2022 edition that was just published. This year’s MSI is especially interesting, as it dives deeper into the interconnectivity that now exists between endpoint devices and cloud applications.
Jul 26, 2022   |  By Tony D'Angelo
Higher education institutions have long been subjected to ransomware and other cyber attacks, which has had a huge impact on their operations. In 2020 alone, ransomware attacks affected nearly 1,700 U.S. schools, colleges and universities – which is an increase of 100% over the previous year. The average cost of these attacks were $2.73 million in downtime, repairs and lost opportunities.
Jul 18, 2022   |  By Tony D'Angelo
Cyberattacks targeting university and government healthcare facilities are on the rise. In the first four months of 2021, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Sector Cybersecurity Coordination Center tracked a total of 82 ransomware incidents targeting the healthcare sector, with nearly 60% of them affecting the U.S. market. The impact has been devastating.
Jul 18, 2022   |  By Hank Schless
On the latest episode of the Security Soapbox podcast, I spoke with Ramy Houssaini, Chief Cyber and Technology Risk Officer at BNP Paribas, about the challenges Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) face in an increasingly complex digital landscape. Change happens quickly in the cloud, and many organizations are faced with the issue of evolving their security strategy at the same pace. This ends up leaving sensitive apps and data vulnerable to cyberattacks.
Jul 12, 2022   |  By Tony D'Angelo
Here at Lookout we have a long tradition of supporting the cybersecurity requirements of all levels of government in the U.S. This is why I’m thrilled to announce that we have received a Level 2 certification, the highest tier of authorization, from the Texas Risk and Authorization Management Program (TX-RAMP).
Jul 11, 2022   |  By Christoph Hebeisen
Apple recently announced a new feature in its upcoming iOS and iPadOS called Lockdown Mode. The aim is to protect users such as corporate executives, government officials, journalists, activists and other users that are likely targets of sophisticated surveillanceware. The goal of Lockdown Mode is to restrict certain device capabilities that spyware has exploited in the past in order to reduce the attack surface on Apple devices.
Jun 22, 2022   |  By Akhilesh Dhawan
Lookout and VMware recently announced the debut of Workspace ONE Mobile Threat Defense (MTD), a new mobile security solution incorporating Lookout mobile protection technologies. Through this partnership with VMware, Lookout Mobile Endpoint Security is built in and can be activated seamlessly within Workspace ONE. This new solution is an extension of past integrations of Lookout with the Workspace ONE Trust Network.
Jun 16, 2022   |  By Justin Albrecht
Lookout Threat Lab researchers have uncovered enterprise-grade Android surveillanceware used by the government of Kazakhstan within its borders. While we’ve been following this threat for a while using Lookout Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) these latest samples were detected in April 2022, four months after nation-wide protests against government policies were violently suppressed.
Aug 4, 2022   |  By Lookout
VP of product, David Richardson, joins KTVU to discuss device and online protection best practices for both parents with kids going back to school and students heading off to college.
Jun 30, 2022   |  By Lookout
Greater care should be taken when transferring corporate data onto a remote user's managed endpoint. Certain types of data often require greater levels of authorization to leave the confines of the organization and managed app. When trying to download confidential information, we want to reverify the user's identity with step-up authentication. When the file is downloaded, in addition to file encryption, we also want to add a watermark and redact the confidential information.
Jun 30, 2022   |  By Lookout
When working remotely, users are susceptible to Internet-based threats like phishing and malware. With the Lookout Security Service Edge (SSE) platform, organizations can prevent the loss of personal information and the installation of malware by assessing each link a user tries to access, regardless of what doc or app contains the link.
Jun 30, 2022   |  By Lookout
Organizations need to maintain security controls on corporate data regardless of where the users work location. When uploading content to a cloud storage provider, the Lookout SSE platform can help direct users to use corporate providers instead of personal. And when data is downloaded locally, the Lookout platform can protect the data outside of the managed app through encryption.
Jun 30, 2022   |  By Lookout
When working remotely, users still require access to private enterprise apps. With the use of a Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) solution, users gain instant access to the app without installing, configuring, and launching a VPN connection.
Jun 24, 2022   |  By Lookout
Jim Dolce, chairman and CEO at Lookout, sits down with Terry Sweeney from Dark Reading to talk about the impact the COVID pandemic has had on data security.
Jun 21, 2022   |  By Lookout
Jim Dolce, chairman and CEO at Lookout, sits down with Terry Sweeney from Dark Reading to talk about the impact the COVID pandemic has had on data security.
Jun 8, 2022   |  By Lookout
As ransomware attacks continue to grow, keeping sensitive data secure is crucial. Lookout prevents the initial compromise of a ransomware attack by securing data wherever and however it needs to. How Lookout Reduces Risk of a Ransomware Attack: Ensures only endpoints free from malware access data Prevents attackers from exploiting vulnerabilities in internet facing apps and servers Enables you to identity unauthorized access when.
Jun 6, 2022   |  By Lookout
Lookout ZTNA is a cloud-native security solution that addresses the challenges of the modern-day remote workforce by granting access only to specific applications rather than an entire network. This limits lateral movement when a threat occurs and allows for secure collaboration across teams.
Jun 2, 2022   |  By Lookout
With the increased use of personal unmanaged devices organizations are exposed to new risks, especially ransomware attacks. In fact, over 35% of organizations never get their data back after an attack.
Nov 9, 2020   |  By Lookout
As your manufacturing organization transforms to Industry 4.0, mobile and cloud remain strategic for reinventing your operations. Not surprisingly, malicious actors have taken note of how reliant we all are on mobile devices. From their perspective, mobile phishing is often the cheapest way to compromise an individual or a manufacturing operation.
Nov 9, 2020   |  By Lookout
The perimeter has disappeared. Legacy security technologies do not apply. Devices cannot be trusted. As employees continue to use a mix of managed and unmanaged devices, it sets up the need for a new security architecture: Zero Trust for mobile. Read this whitepaper to.
Nov 1, 2020   |  By Lookout
The time has come for enterprise risk management to change. Mobile devices have become core to our personal and professional lives, yet most enterprises remain focused on traditional PC endpoints. Although many of the same elements of risk that affect PCs also apply to mobile endpoints, simply extending current PC security controls to your mobile fleet is ineffective. Enterprise risk management needs to evolve to address mobile risks, and security professionals must architect mobile-specific security.
Nov 1, 2020   |  By Lookout
Consumer financial institutions are in the midst of a digital transformation that includes moving traditional face-to-face customer interactions to mobile devices. Forty-three percent of people who own a mobile device and have a bank account use mobile banking, according to a Federal Reserve study titled, "Consumers and Mobile Financial Services." Mobile banking creates unprecedented conveniences for customers, such as mobile check deposits, near-instant person-to-person transfers, and access to personal financial accounts in real time.

Lookout is the leader in mobile security, protecting the device at the intersection of the personal you and the professional you. Our mission is to secure and empower our digital future in a privacy-focused world where mobile devices are essential to all we do for work and play.

We enable consumers and employees to protect their data, and to securely stay connected without violating their privacy and trust. Our platform uses artificial intelligence to analyze data from nearly 200 million devices and over 100 million apps to protect you from the full spectrum of mobile risk. As a result, Lookout delivers modern endpoint security with the most comprehensive protection from device, network, app and phishing threats without prying into your data.

Why Lookout for iOS, Android and Chrome OS:

  • Lookout secures our digital future: We protect your smartphone, tablet and Chromebook because they are at the intersection of the personal you and the professional you. Our mission is to secure and empower our digital future in a privacy-focused world where these devices are essential to all we do for work and play.
  • Protect the personal and professional you: The most common start of a cyberattack is a phishing link and mobile devices have enabled new ways to send them to you. Phishing risks no longer simply hide in email, but in messaging, social media, and even dating apps. Because we use these devices for both, protecting against phishing is critical for our personal and professional lives.
  • An AI-powered security graph for mobile: We protect your data from known and unknown threats without violating your privacy and trust. In the Lookout Security Graph, we use artificial intelligence to analyze telemetry data from nearly 200 million devices and over 120 million apps. The AI of our Security Graph enables us to deliver platform modules that protect you with a lightweight app on your device.
  • A platform to protect, detect and respond: Our Security Platform is built from the ground up to secure mobile devices. We protect mobile fleets of hundreds of thousands of endpoints and stop breaches by rapidly detecting and responding to incidents. From apps with malware to ransomware and phishing scams, you are protected without lifting a finger. When a threat or an attack occurs, we provide step-by-step instructions to investigate what is happening and how to fix it.
  • A lightweight app for 360-degree security: With a lightweight app for your smartphone, tablet or Chromebook, Lookout protects you against the full spectrum of threats. The app stays connected with our platform in the cloud to deliver efficient protection on the device that cannot be subverted and optimizes for processor speed and battery life.

The world's first mobile EDR solution. Delivered on the only platform built for mobile from the ground up.