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BYOD Increases Mobile Phishing Rates, and the Risks Have Never Been Higher

Stolen employee login credentials are one of the most effective ways for bad actors to infiltrate your organization’s infrastructure. Once they have the login information of one of your accounts in hand, it becomes much easier for them to bypass security measures and gain access to your sensitive data. So how do attackers get those login credentials? The answer in many cases is mobile phishing.


Lookout Reimagined: The Freedom of Control

A company’s brand is more than just its logo and color palette. It’s a signal to the world about their vision and commitment. This is why I’m super excited that Lookout is debuting a reimagined identity and position centered around freedom of control. ‍ Lookout started its journey in 2007 trailblazing the concept of mobile security.

Data Security That Lets People and Businesses Prosper

Lookout believes that data security is not just about locking down sensitive information. It’s about setting it free. By giving businesses and individuals greater control over their data, we unleash its value. Everyone can connect and work effortlessly, without worrying about exposure. At Lookout, we’re creating the future of data security. That’s prosperity and peace of mind for all. To learn more, visit Lookout:

Protecting Data and Promoting Collaboration During Times of Change

When it comes to the way we work, change is now the status quo — and it often happens so quickly that security teams have a tough time keeping up. Organizations that try to keep using their perimeter-based security solutions are hindering their workers’ ability to collaborate while also losing a handle on their data.


How Scammers Are Impersonating Singapore Post and Singtel With Phishing Messages

Throughout 2022, threat actors have been masquerading as the postal service Singapore Post (SingPost) and one of Singapore’s leading telecommunications companies Singtel. Victims are being targeted by phishing emails that appear to be from Singapore Post or Singtel. In these emails, users were sent messages informing them of fake billing issues or outstanding payments with links to fraudulent websites that asked for their personal information.


Avoid a Meltdown by Modernizing IT Security

Over the winter holidays, Southwest Airlines, one of the U.S.’ largest and most reputable airlines was forced to cancel around 45% of its scheduled flights. It’s difficult to pinpoint the exact reason for this meltdown, but in my opinion this is likely due to outdated infrastructure and IT systems. Other airlines also had to deal with bad weather and holiday traffic, but were not faced with the same level of disruption.