Lookout is a cybersecurity company that makes it possible for tens of millions of individuals, enterprises and government agencies to be both mobile and secure. Powered by a dataset of virtually all the mobile code in the world -- 40 million apps and counting -- the Lookout Security Cloud can identify connections that would otherwise go unseen and predict and stop mobile attacks before they do harm. The world's leading mobile network operators, including AT&T, Deutsche Telekom, EE, KDDI, Orange, Sprint, T-Mobile and Telstra, have selected Lookout as its preferred mobile security solution. Lookout is also partnered with such enterprise leaders as AirWatch, Ingram Micro, Microsoft, and MobileIron.


Mobile Endpoint Security: Solutions for organizations. Providing comprehensive risk management across iOS and Android devices to secure against app, device, and network-based threats while providing visibility and control over data leakage.

App Security: A solution for public app stores. An API-based, app-vetting solution for public app stores that analyzes developer-submitted apps for the presence of malware and exposes their capabilities and behaviors to determine their level of security risk.

Threat Intelligence: Deeper insight into the world's mobile threats. Mobile threats are evolving rapidly around the world. Threat Intelligence gives you access to the world's largest database of mobile threats.

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To learn more about Lookout or request a demo, contact the Lookout team at Carahsoft via phone  844-445-5688 or at Lookout@carahsoft.com.  For more information on the latest threats facing mobile devices check out Lookout’s blog, The Shield



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