• Making mobility a core part of federal cyber mandates

    Bob Stevens, vice president of the Americas at Lookout, explained why agencies need to focus on mobile endpoint security.

  • Executive Briefing Series: Mobile Security

    In this exclusive executive briefing, federal security and IT practitioners will discuss the state of mobile cybersecurity and their strategies for dealing with it.

  • Ask for forgiveness, not permission

    Lookout’s Vijaya Kaza joined Gigi Schumm on Women of Washington to discuss why women shouldn’t let labels define their success as individuals

  • Federal agencies can’t afford to wait to secure mobile devices

    Bob Stevens, the vice president of public sector for Lookout, explains what agencies need to do today to secure smartphones and tablets.

  • Understand the mobile cyber threat and how to mitigate it

    As agencies work to modernize their IT systems and improve cybersecurity under congressional and Trump administration mandate, there is much they can do to ensure better mobile security.

  • Mobile devices remain the ‘soft underbelly’ of federal cybersecurity

    Bob Stevens, the vice president of public sector for Lookout, said agencies need to understand the potential risks and threats against their mobile ecosystem.

  • Securing federal mobility from the full spectrum of mobile risk

    Predicting the future is never easy, but it’s safe to say that work is becoming more mobile. At least, organizations including federal agencies are giving employees more leeway to work in an on-the-go way. And they’re deploying a growing number of enterprise applications onto mobile devices – smartphones and tablets.

  • Bob Stevens

    Bob Stevens, vice president of federal at Lookout Bob Stevens is Vice President of Public Sector at Lookout where he focuses on helping government agencies secure data and internal app stores while respecting employee privacy.…

  • Federal CIO Insights: What’s Next in Mobile Security

    Mobile is critical infrastructure for government agencies. See what a panel of six federal CIOs, CISOs, and CTOs say is the solution to securing mobile.

  • The door opens a bit wider for BYOD

    The Government Accountability Office ruled the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s voluntary BYOD program doesn’t violate any laws.