Leading global enterprises & government agencies trust Lookout to protect mobile data
“Once we learned about the Pegasus professional espionage attack it became clear that we would have to go beyond MDM and deploy best-in-class mobile security to protect the apps and sensitive data being accessed by the thirty-thousand mobile devices in our environment. Lookout was the only solution we evaluated that offered comprehensive protection against the full spectrum of mobile risks.”
IT Strategist, City of Stockholm
"You can't operate without mobile security any more. Once we became aware of the spectrum of mobile risks that are in the wild, we knew we had to be proactive with securing our mobile endpoints. Lookout secures everything on our devices and gives us complete visibility into the threats and risks our attorneys are encountering. The other solutions I evaluated offered 80% security coverage at best."
IT Manager, Boels Zanders Advocaten
Read how Lookout is helping companies all around the world to secure their mobile ecosystem
To enable their Corporate Owned, Personally Enabled (COPE) mobility policy, this Global 2000 bank deployed Lookout Mobile Endpoint Security to 9,000 Android phones managed by VMware AirWatch and found hundreds of diverse threats upon deployment.
One of the world's largest investment management firms chose Lookout to provide threat and data leakage protection to over 10,000 managed iOS and Android devices. After just 30 days of deploying Lookout, they were surprised at what they found. Get the case study to learn more.
After learning about Pegasus, a targeted espionage attack that Lookout helped discover, this company initiated a mobile security project to protect themselves from the risk of catastrophic data loss. Their evaluation confirmed Lookout outperformed competing solutions, and the CISO deployed Lookout globally via VMware AirWatch and has seen a measurable reduction of mobile risk.
This European leader in consumer and industrial chemicals adopted a Corporate Owned, Personally Enabled (COPE) mobility policy standardized on Android smartphones. The CISO chose Lookout to protect sensitive corporate data accessed through employee phones due to the unique worldwide threat intelligence, and the ability to integrate with MobileIron.
This global consumer sportswear brand was challenged with providing the freedom employees required to be productive, while securing data accessed by their devices. They chose Lookout because of the real-time threat intelligence and the lightweight endpoint app.
This leading Japanese retailer decided to upgrade their store managers from feature phones to smartphones to increase productivity. The retailer chose VMware AirWatch to manage the devices and Lookout because of the globally sourced threat intelligence, integration with VMware AirWatch, and ability to deploy quickly to both managed and unmanaged devices.
This U.S. government agency has many employees who visit countries which do not have reliable internet connections. As a result, employees often work while connected to unsecured Wi-Fi networks and may plug their devices into untrusted USB ports when available. The agency trusts Lookout to protect sensitive government data because of the comprehensive protection delivered by Mobile Endpoint Security.
The CISO of a leading pharmaceutical company needed to protect the unique intellectual property of patents and research data from mobile attacks and data leakage across a global organization. To accomplish this he deployed the integrated Lookout Mobile Endpoint Security and Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security solution to achieve conditional access. Employees now cannot access corporate data unless Lookout confirms no risks are present on their device.
The technology team at Boels Zanders turned to Lookout Mobile Endpoint Security to secure both corporate owned iPhones and the personally owned iPads used by partners. Lookout now enables secure mobile access to sensitive client data in Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft SharePoint, and iManage.