It has been a year since we last met in August at Summer Camp in Las Vegas, (the epicenter for Black Hat, DEF CON, BSidesLV, Queercon, The Diana Initiative and more) and sooo much has happened since then. We can’t wait to catch up with all of you and fill you in on the latest news and happenings for all things Duo Security.
It’s no secret that we love Python here at Duo. Every day, our engineering team is pushing new code that drives our products to help keep our customers secure. We developed called Dlint to perform static analysis every time a new commit is pushed. Today, we’re excited to open-source Dlint, making it available to the wider community.
The UK’s data watchdog the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) it's largest fine yet of £183.39M for infringements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to British Airways for 2018 data privacy breach that affected over half a million customers. There message, "it is time for orgs to get serious about security."
Learn how zero-trust enables collaboration. The “zero trust” model can help you get along better with your users, customers, and partners.
Browser zero-day weak areas are thee worst. Can we all agree to that? Recently Mozilla’s Firefox browser patched not one, but two zero-day bugs in one week. The bugs were used to target the employees of Coinbase, a cryptocurrency exchange marketplace and wallet. Learn how strong multi-factor authentication could have helped.
Duo, now part of Cisco security, the leading zero-trust security platform for access control, and AWS, the leader in cloud infrastructure and services, have come together to provide comprehensive access control solutions to making cloud deployments in AWS more secure.
Learn about the history of cloud computing and how to secure access to any existing single sign-on (SSO), identity providers and federation service and all of your cloud apps such as Office 365, Google, Box, Dropbox, Slack, and more.
The Raptor’s iconic basketball jersey was, like many things, driven by technological limitations. These are the same design challenges we face in IT security.
Learn about the history of networking and micro-segmentation and how enforcing adaptive policies with granular controls gives orgs zero trust protective superpowers.
Sweeping data privacy laws mirroring EU's GDPR are now making their way to the United States. Shortly after GDPR went into effect, the California legislature passed the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which mimics many of GDPR’s principles. This law goes into effect on January 1, 2020. We help you prepare.