Duo can be configured in a number of ways to be flexible enough to fit into any organization. Internally, we’ve made policy decisions to keep our company as secure as possible from the risk of credential compromise while still providing an accommodating and convenient end-user experience.
Unfortunately, the rise of student debt has attracted and emboldened a variety of bad actors looking to steal funds as they pass to the enrolled individuals. At the beginning of last school year, the Department of Education reported an increase in attempts to steal student loan disbursements. The good news is that multi-factor authentication can help protect student loan distributions.
Government has taken a little longer to get “on board” with cloud. We’ve had pockets of it here and there, but the security skepticism runs deep. And the security policies have been a little, shall we say, lacking. This is starting to change. Finally. For the better. This week, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released its long awaited updated guidance for the Trusted Internet Connection — or TIC as it’s commonly referred to — updating it to version 3.0.
I spend a significant amount of time in airport lounges. One thing that I’ve come to understand is that travelers let down their guard when they’re in an airport lounge, and do things that they would not necessarily otherwise have done. Which makes frequent flying executives easy technology targets.
Anyone who knows their way around a kitchen knows that to create a delicious dish from a recipe, you need to have the right ingredients. The same could be said for any successful network administrator or engineer — you need to have the right tools to create a secure environment.
In cybersecurity, we like our multi-year roadmaps. In home improvements, we like our long-term plans. For both, we like to get everything squared away before inviting people in. That’s simply not feasible in most cases. Like the sprints in agile, zero trust can be taken in small but powerful steps.
Our 18,000-plus customers are doing great things every day while trusting Duo to secure their organizations. We love sharing their stories to celebrate the amazing work they are doing. Take a look at some of our latest customer successes from Sonic Automotive, Cochlear, Ballance Agri-Nutrients and Optimax.
The punk ethos is very similar to Buddhism: you must question everything, especially what you believe is reality. This questioning attitude is especially important when you’re planning your zero trust implementation. In this post I walk you through the the trust assumptions vs. reality, and why should question everything.