Don’t overlook the device you use the most
Traditional cybersecurity strategies have long been focused on protecting your fixed endpoints such as servers, laptops and desktops from cyberthreats. However, your security requirements have grown organically over time.
The problem is, security on mobile devices is often overlooked, creating a gap in your security architecture. Whilst mobile operating systems are considered to be more resilient, hackers increasingly target them, because mobile devices are at the intersection of our personal and professional life. These devices have a treasure trove of data and attackers use them as the initial intrusion into your organization.
As you evaluate mobile security solutions to add to your architecture, you face a familiar challenge of choosing between a comprehensive platform or best of breed solution. Because the growth in mobile devices has paralleled that of the cloud, an endpoint-to-cloud security solution will remove friction, increase usability, convenience, enable user freedom and reduce operations cost when compared to a collection of standalone solutions.
Lookout Mobile Endpoint Security (MES) is architected to address your ever-evolving mobile security requirements. Lookout MES is powered by the Lookout Security Graph and scales to hundreds of thousands of endpoints. Its cloud modules enable you to customize Mobile Endpoint Security, to meet your needs.
Our Security Graph is powered by artificial intelligence to protect you from both known and unknown threats. We have the largest mobile dataset from analysing more than 200 million devices and more than 135 million apps. Our algorithms search the internet daily to find websites purpose-built for phishing and countless custom apps have been analysed via our API. Whether you download apps with new malware or are the target of the latest ransomware or phishing scam, you are protected without lifting a finger. When a threat or an attack occurs, we provide you with step-by-step instructions to investigate what is happening and how to fix it.