Welcome to the Plaintext Podcast! I'm Dave Lewis, Global Advisory CISO for Duo Security. In this first episode I chat with Thom Langford, CEO of (TL)2 Security and recovering CISO.
Join Duo Security and all your favorite healthcare information and technology professionals from around the world at the Orange County Convention Center for this year’s Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society Conference (HIMSS), from Monday, March 9 to Friday, March 13.
Imagine a world where you would be able to monitor each individual deployment with security analytics. Can you see it? Good news, that world exists today. Duo is the leading multi-factor authentication solution in security and we are excited to announce the public beta of Duo Trust Monitor which will extend these layers of controls into the behavioral realm with security analytics!
The excitement of having the latest tech in your hands only lasts for so long before you are met by an authentication prompt. You forgot that your organization had two-factor authentication (2FA) security in place. Your mobile authenticator was on your old device and it just worked, but now it does not. What do you do? We will show how to instantly restore your settings in iOS.
Cool. Refreshing. A little spicy. Join us every week for Duo Chai, where two Duo teammates meet for the first time over iced chai and icebreaker-style questions, bringing their interests, thoughts and personalities center stage.
Love is in the air. It is the perfect time to highlight some of Duo's finest and reflect on why our people love working at Duo. :-) #JoinUs
We sat down with Product Marketing Manager, Amanda Rogerson to learn about what she does and her experience at Duo. #JoinUs
This is the second of a four-part blog series on how Duo helps organizations in verifying device trust. Gartner predicts that, through 2020, 99% of vulnerabilities exploited will continue to be the same ones known for at least one year by security and IT professionals. In this blog, we will take a look at why it is difficult to patch known OS vulnerabilities.
In accordance with the Australian Privacy Amendment made in 2017 to the Privacy Act of 1988, the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) reports statistics on cybersecurity incidents and breaches. Find out what it said.