Lianne Caetano

Lianne Caetano currently serves as Director of Global Product Marketing for the Cloud BU at McAfee. During her 7+ years at McAfee, she has held leadership roles in the consumer and enterprise divisions where she has helped shape product portfolios and strategic direction along with advocating for cybersecurity education. Prior to McAfee, Lianne has worked in a strategic marketing capacity for top tier high tech companies such as Apple, Nokia, Netgear, along with a few startups in between. She earned her MBA from the Kellogg School of Business at Northwestern University.

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Mobile and IoT Security

Mobile World Congress: The Evolution of Mobile Security Through the Years

As I prep for Mobile World Congress, I’ve done some reflecting on my very first cell phone. Whether it was my very first, a Motorola flip phone, then Nokia’s indestructible brick phone, followed by the first-gen iPhone, one thing is certain today: what lives in the palm of my hand ...

Mobile and IoT Security

iOS Users Aren’t So Immune to Threats After All

  10 years ago, Fergie and Gwen Stefani were at the top of the charts, and Juno had just been released. While we relaxed in velour tracksuits and shred on Rock Band’s faux guitar, we were also obsessing over the release of what was about to be the biggest game ...

Mobile and IoT Security

Two Attacks On Mobile Banking Are Back

It feels as through every day, a new app is released that makes it easier to pay for something through your mobile device. Whether you’re tapping your phone to a card reader, depositing checks through a mobile banking app, or paying bills online, there are many ways that banks and ...

Mobile and IoT Security

The Most Important Mobile Security Resolutions for 2017

January gets a bad rap. A dreary month, the air is bitterly cold, and the days are so short that you could miss the daylight in the blink of an eye. At the same time, we try to stay positive and stick to our resolutions for the new year. The ...

Mobile and IoT Security

Holiday Travelers! Steer Clear of 3 Common Cyberthreats

The holidays are arguably the most magical time of year. From the twinkle lights and festive cookies, to cozy sweaters and hot chocolate around the fire, it’s hard not to get into the spirit. Of course, the holidays aren’t all joy and glee—they also bring more stressful moments, such as ...

Mobile and IoT Security

Shopaholics: Beware of Risky Wi-Fi

As the days grow shorter and twinkly lights pop up on houses lining the block, one thing is clear: the holidays are here! ‘Tis the season for family outings and gift exchanges, which means spending hours at the mall, searching for perfect presents for loved ones (or sometimes, ourselves!). Cybercriminals ...

Mobile and IoT Security

So You Think Your Phone Is Hacked—Here’s What to Do

Humans are private by nature. We may share an inspiring article or photos from a fun trip, but we keep our sensitive data under wraps. Now imagine if a stranger had free access to, and total control of, your mobile device. All of your personal information, including contacts, emails, payment ...

Mobile and IoT Security

Boo! The Spookiest Mobile Hacks of 2016

Endless candy, an excuse to dress up as a character from your favorite comic book, and carving pumpkins with family… What’s not to love about Halloween? But witches, ghosts, and goblins aren’t the only things to fear this time of year. This Halloween, there’s a different kind of spooky story—mobile ...

Mobile and IoT Security

What You Need to Know About iOS 10

In the 2013 indie romance, “Her,” Joaquin Phoenix’s on-screen lover wasn’t another stunning A-list actress, but something less expected and certainly less traditional; “She” was an operating system. A what? Commonly referred to as an “OS,” Phoenix’s romantic partner was the software that powers a computer’s basic functions. Ahhh, romance. ...

Mobile and IoT Security

Like This Post – And Get Hacked

Admit it. Social media has made your world a little smaller—and it’s all in the palm of your hands. Our online personas keep us connected with friends from all corners of our lives—sometimes that list of friends and followers reaches the hundreds, even thousands. From those we knew in high ...

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