What is your primary use case for Lookout?

Miriam Tover - PeerSpot reviewer
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Aug 1, 2023

So basically, an administrator could load the Lookout application on their fleet of devices, regardless of whether they were personally owned or corporately owned devices. And they could use that to enforce policy with respect to security and compliance for mobile applications. For example, if the business didn't want TikTok on their fleet devices because they were concerned about possible cyber threats through TikTok, then they could see who had the device and enforce if somebody had TikTok on the device, they could basically lock that device out of the corporate environment until the person remediated the threat.

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Real User
Top 20
May 23, 2023

Our primary use case for Lookout is security for our enterprise mobile phones. Lookout provides security including antivirus, scanning, and other features.

Real User
Top 20
Dec 22, 2022

Our primary use case is to secure our corporate and bring-your-own mobile devices to prevent malware threats. The solution is a secure tool to protect against rogue attacks, threats, vulnerabilities, malware, rootkit applications etc. We have the SaaS instance of Lookout, so we don't have anything on-prem.

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