The shift toward mobility in government has already taken place. The White House Digital Government Strategy, the DoD Mobile Device Strategy, NIST's Mobile Device Security for Enterprises, and The Presidential Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity urge agencies to adopt mobile technology to improve service and enhance effectiveness. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) calls Lookout Phishing & Content Protection “an important new and first-of-its-kind feature for mobile devices” aimed at preventing the theft of user credentials or delivery of malware through bogus links.
Lookout Mobile Endpoint Security solutions enable you to protect employee- and government-owned devices from mobile threats based in the app, network, or OS layer. Only Lookout delivers predictive mobile security based on data from our exclusive network of over 170 million mobile device sensors worldwide.
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Phishing is the most common way attackers lure users to malicious websites to deliver drive-by downloads or inject code onto a device. The mobile device opens up new routes attackers can use to gain access to users’ credentials beyond corporate email.
Lookout alerts users to phishing attempts from any source on a mobile device including:
Solution for securing end user-facing apps. Lookout App Defense leverages the power of the Lookout Security Cloud to offer the most secure and easy to deploy solution to protect individuals and organizations from data compromise when conducting transactions via mobile apps.
The App Defense SDK can be deployed into end user-facing apps in minutes, allowing you to gain app security without compromising time to market.
The Lookout Mobile Intelligence Center gives you over-the-horizon visibility through in-depth application analysis and behavioral profiling.
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Federal, state, and local government field agents rely on mobile devices to access work resources such as email, case files, and other applications. Often traveling to various geographies, field agents can be exposed to app-based, network-based, and device-based threats. These threats seek to exploit mobile devices as they operate outside the traditional security perimeter, often targeting high stake users like field agents in particular. Backend systems accessed remotely by these agents contain sensitive government data and personally identifiable information (PII), which could be used to compromise the financial well-being, privacy, and identity of US citizens.
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The growing adoption of mobile in government has allowed for more flexibility and productivity in the workplace, yet, there are still few agencies which have developed a strategy for mobile security. In this data-based report, you'll benefit from a comprehensive overview of the real-world risk landscape facing your organization.
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