Aaron Cockerill

Chief Strategy Officer




As the Chief Strategy Officer, Aaron is responsible for developing, validating and implementing cross-functional strategic product initiatives that align with the Lookout vision of a secure connected world. Aaron joined Lookout with nearly 20 years of software product management experience, most recently having served as VP of Mobile Technologies at Citrix.

Aaron Cockerill's posts


| Executives
November 14, 2017
Why your GDPR compliance strategy must include mobile

When considering compliance, enterprises must put mobile devices on even footing with desktops. This is especially true as we race toward May 2018, when the General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) takes effect.

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| Executives
May 26, 2017
Understanding data leakage from mobile app behaviors & configurations

When many enterprises consider threats to their data via apps on a mobile device, they rightfully think of malware. However, there are many less...

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| Executives
June 28, 2016
Two crucial points we learned at this year’s Gartner Security Summit

Lookout Chief Strategy Officer Aaron Cockerill and Chief Product Officer Santosh Krishnan weigh in on people-centric security models and why the...

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| Executives
March 10, 2016
Mobile devices -- frequently a part of broader cyber attacks

Security professionals now say a mobile device was likely the root of a data breach in their organization, according to a new survey of security experts conducted by the Ponemon Institute.

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| Executives
October 5, 2015
Surprising new research: three-quarters of IT leaders have experienced a mobile data breach

When you hear about major corporate breaches in the news, they don’t always originate from the same threat vector. Sony was allegedly hacked through PCs, Target through point of sale systems, J.P. Morgan likely through unprotected server...

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| Researchers
September 20, 2015
Hundreds of millions of devices potentially affected by first major iOS malware outbreak

XcodeGhost is the latest example that iOS devices, indeed any device, can be subject to attack and that even a highly-curated app store can contain malicious apps. Lookout Mobile Threat Protection customers are already protected from this malware...

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| Executives
August 12, 2015
How Non-Google experience devices are gaining traction, and posing risk to the enterprise

The mobile ecosystem is moving toward economical smartphones. They are customizable and much more affordable than the $600 plus Android phones you might see on the market. This poses a problem for enterprises which, to date, have relied on the app...

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| Executives
June 2, 2015
CISOs ask and we answer: Why enterprises should care about mobile security

Why should I, as an enterprise, care about mobile security? It’s a question I’ve heard a lot since Lookout started developing Mobile Threat Protection, our brand new product announced today that will protect large, global enterprises from mobile...

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