Pharmaceutical Digital Think Tank

24 March, 2021 | ONLINE - 3pm - 4pm GMT


The pharma/biotech industry is now among the most targeted by financially-motivated cyber attacks.* This presents a challenge for Security leaders: How do pharmaceutical organizations protect sensitive data from mobile risk when the modern employee demands mobile access, whilst avoiding vastly expensive hacks?

Mobile devices, corporate-owned or personal, have the same access to cloud resources as any desktop or laptop. Mobile applications such as Google Drive, Microsoft Outlook, Slack,  and Salesforce have made sensitive data easily accessible from smartphones and tablets.

Cybercriminals are targeting employee devices with phishing attacks to infiltrate corporate infrastructure and gain access to valuable data.

*Detica report in partnership with the UK’s Office of Cyber Security and Information Assurance

Join this interactive C-level discussion with your peers to explore real - life findings from the Pharmaceutical industry and:

How mobile devices are leveraged in the modern kill chain

How companies have adapted with the change in the corporate security environment 
How to change mobile security strategies in 2021 as employees demand access to corporate resources from any device

What companies have done to lock down environments? Moreover, how well have these strategies have worked

Download the Pharmaceutical Mobile Threat Report for:

  • An understanding of how mobile devices are introducing security risk
  • Mobile threat encounter rates in the pharma industry
  • Insight into the most common mobile attacks
  • What tactics are being using to infiltrate data

Presented by:
Aaron Cockerill, Chief Strategy Officer Lookout

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. Prior to Lookout, Aaron was the VP of Mobile Technologies at Citrix, where he and his team were responsible for the development of Citrix’s mobile apps and container technology while driving the acquisition of Zenprise. During his time at Citrix, Aaron drove the creation of Citrix’s desktop virtualization product, XenDesktop, which grew into more than $1 billion yearly revenue for Citrix during his five years of leadership.