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ChatGPT Security: Tips for Safe Interactions with Generative AI

With over 100 million users and partnerships with Microsoft, Reddit, Stack Overflow, and more, ChatGPT has become the herald of an AI revolution since its launch in late 2022. The rise of this AI-powered natural language processing tool comes down to two distinct features: its conversational nature, which allows anyone to ask questions and receive detailed and helpful responses, and its access to a global knowledge base.

7 Top Mobile Security Threats: Safeguard Your Device

Mobile devices have made it possible for employees to work and communicate from just about anywhere. But that convenience comes at a price. The rise of mobile devices and the rise of mobile security threats have gone hand-in-hand. Mobile devices like phones, tablets, and ChromeOS devices present an incredible vector for phishing, social engineering, and malware distribution—and threat actors are keenly aware of that fact.

The Rising Threat of Mobile Phishing and How to Avoid It

Remote work and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) culture have made mobile devices a permanent part of our work lives. In today’s professional world, mobile devices can do basically everything a laptop or desktop can do — including get phished. Mobile devices are increasingly the starting point of the modern kill chain, and mobile phishing plays an important role in the process. Understanding how threat actors attack mobile devices is the first step to keeping data and devices secure. ‍

Crafting a Robust Cloud Security Strategy in 2024

As cloud computing has evolved, we’ve entrusted more and more of our data to it. Our everyday correspondence is in the cloud; our favorite applications are in the cloud; and, more and more, our most sensitive data is in the cloud. To protect the integrity of your organization’s assets, you’ll need a comprehensive cloud security strategy. However, the cloud isn’t a single piece of hardware or software.

Three Questions to Ask About Your Cloud Security Posture

For most organizations, the decision to adopt cloud technologies is a simple one. Cloud apps streamline operations and costs while enabling users to access resources from anywhere and on any device. But migrating to the cloud has also introduced some complexity, which comes with new risks. Instead of everything residing neatly within your corporate perimeter, your data now resides within countless apps and is being handled by users and endpoints that operate outside of your sphere of influence.

Credential Theft Protection: Defending Your Organization's Data

Cyber attacks often begin with reconnaissance. Before they launch an attack, threat actors poke and prod at an organization’s defenses, looking for vulnerabilities. If you’ve invested in robust cybersecurity solutions, you may feel you’re protected against that threat. But what if your attackers don’t target your corporate network? What if, instead, they target your employees? And what if your employees don’t even know they’re being targeted?

How CASB and DLP Work Together to Safeguard Data

Cloud computing has changed the way we work, and mostly for the better. Widely available cloud applications let us create new documents, access our existing files, and communicate with our coworkers from just about anywhere. However, cloud computing has also created new data security and privacy concerns. A comprehensive CASB DLP policy can help address these concerns and keep your organization’s data exactly where it belongs.

How Lookout Protects Against the Modern Day Kill Chain

Cybercriminals continue to evolve their tactics to compromise your organization's security defenses. The modern approach starts by targeting users on their mobile devices to steal legitimate credentials. Learn how these cybercriminals have evolved their tactics, and how Lookout prevents and protects at each stage of the kill chain.