Have you ever wondered what working life at Duo is like? We sat down with Field Marketing Manager, Laura O’Melia to learn about what she does and her experience at Duo.
When a deployment is done well, the impact on the Help Desk will be low. In this post I answer the Top 3 questions I get from customers and show you how easy it is to complete a frictionless deployment.
How do we secure internally-hosted applications and servers accessed by remote workers and contractors as well as we do our SaaS applications? Remote access is often painful and slows productivity or runs the risk of giving too much access to the wrong users. Luckily, Duo was built with this in mind and solves this dilemma.
As more people start work remotely, we'll share some of the best practices from Duo that have helped our teams continue to grow and thrive in uncertain times.
One piece of feedback we heard time and again was that the risky login events would be more useful if leveraged within a more central security tool. Customers want programmatic access to risky login data. You asked, and we listened.
Dear iFrame, It’s hard to say this, but we need to break up. It’s not you. It’s us. (Well, it is sort of you.) You weren't obtrusive. Most of the time, you just worked. But things have changed.
Sometimes I feel like trying to keep up with the latest memes, trends and viral videos so that I can relate to them is like keeping up with the latest and greatest in InfoSec. As soon as I have a grasp on the latest threats, security strategies and tactics, the industry has pivoted onto the next new shiny thing, often before we have even really fully realized the last thing.
It has returned again, but this year the idea of ‘back to school’ has taken on an entirely different approach with remote learning. Securing work remotely has never been more important.
I’m sorry, do I know you? A typical query that people may ask when confronted by an unknown person who walks up abruptly and starts asking them questions. Oddly though, this sort of response does not happen in many network environments.
Not too long ago, the ability to work remotely was an attractive benefit provided by some organizations. And, not all employees were eligible for remote work in those organizations. Well, things have changed! Any employee that isn’t required to be in an office has been working remotely for a while now. Some industries were ready for this, but most industries were not.