July 30, 2013
Get out your tin foil and sunscreen; the world’s largest hacker conference, DEF CON, is running Thursday, August 1st, to Sunday, August 4th, this week in Las Vegas at the Rio. (Black Hat, the other big security conference in Vegas, already started on Saturday.) Going to the DEF CON conference is a long-time tradition for Lookout’s founders and employees, and it’s always fun going to awesome talks (there’s several this year on hacking cars!), competing to solve puzzles, learning new skills at the Villages, puzzling over the badge, and hanging out with the hacker community.
About That Tin Foil: Staying Secure at DEF CON in 2013
Reed Loden, the Information Security lead at Lookout has great tips on not getting PWND at DEF CON.
July 25, 2013
The mobile ecosystem will needless to say continue to evolve, and with it so will guidelines and best practices. We will continue to iterate on the best way to make sure our users understand how Lookout uses their data.
July 22, 2013
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July 17, 2013
“Attack is the secret of defense, defense is the planning of an attack”
Today, technology enhances our lives in ways that only a few years ago would have been considered the realm of science fiction — from voice-activated electric cars to wireless-enabled thermostats. Our appetite for new things is driving a renaissance in embedded computing and a revolution in networking.
Everyday objects are being transformed by the addition of sensors that enable them to interact with the world, processors that enable them to think about it and network interfaces that allow them to talk about it. As they connect to each other, sharing what they see, hear and know, these new intelligent, thinking devices are driving a second Internet Age. The Internet of Things is rapidly outstripping the Internet of PCs. By June 30, 2010, there were approximately 1.9bn computers connected to the Internet. By contrast, in 2012, there were close to 10bn connected things.