There were awards, sessions and celebrations virtually at the 2020 EMEA Duo Partner Kick-Off. It was our pleasure to host the MSP and Strategic partner breakout sessions, and share knowledge and direction with so many of our partners.
Welcome to episode 4 of Plaintext Podcast. In this latest episode, Dave Lewis, Global Advisory CISO for Duo Security, discusses security career topics with Akamai CSO Andy Ellis.
At Duo we like to make the right thing to do, the easy thing to do. Duo recently announced that we’re simplifying our multi-factor authentication experience by building our new Universal Prompt, which works for anyone and is accessible for all.
You see an email from your school telling you to enroll in Duo's two-factor authentication. Your first thoughts are why do I have to do this? Well grab a chair, and lean in! We are about to show you how Duo protects you in ways you might not even realize.
Have you ever wondered what working life at Duo is like? We sat down with Head of America - Technical Support, Jordan Wray to learn about what she does and her experience at Duo.
When CISOs do threat modeling, we come up with all sorts of attacks and more. Then we have to pick the controls that address as many of the risks as possible, and factor in all of the factors to allow authentication.
Sometimes life takes you in new and exciting directions. I discuss how I made the big pivot in my career from engineer to application security and some of my key takeaways.
Trust is a natural human condition. We innately veer toward trust. But should we? Not when it comes to identity access management. In the digital world there are strange contextual variables that should throw off red flags when it comes to assessing trust. Trust Monitor shows you where they are.
Perform a quick Google search of Tesla MFA and you will find that many Tesla vehicle owners have requested the ability to protect their Tesla accounts, which controls various car features, with some form of 2FA (two-factor authentication).
As November 3rd draws ever closer, public discussion on the 2020 U.S. Presidential election is reaching a fever pitch. Multiple factors have split public opinion on two important questions — is the election secure, and will my vote be counted — but election security experts say that our systems are more resilient than you may think.