Duo has a strong technical partnership with Microsoft and we work closely to provide security solutions to solve challenges that our customers may be facing. As you may be aware, there was recently a critical vulnerability disclosed by Microsoft which affects cryptographic functions. In this post we tell you how to protect yourself with Duo.
The public’s use and awareness of two-factor authentication (2FA) is on the upswing, according to the latest State of the Auth report released by Duo Labs.
The clock strikes midnight on Jan. 1, 2020 and we promised ourselves, "This year I'll go to the gym and avoid all things unhealthy." We might have something to help that would require not going to the gym or calorie counting! Introducing, Duo Device Health: the simple way to secure your online accounts and avoid access from unhealthy devices!
Duo is getting pumped for RSA Conference 2020, which is Monday, Feb. 24 through Friday, Feb. 28, and all the other incredible events occurring in San Francisco that week.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) recently delivered some thoughtful structuring about how organizations – enterprises and agencies alike – might achieve zero trust, or at least how to start the journey, and how to think about it.
This is our third installment of our three-part series on "How Duo Integrates with Cisco Technology." In this post we discuss device trust and the combined added layer of protection Cisco's AnyConnect and Duo can provide to all VPN access requested through our Trusted Endpoints technology.
Security for student credentials in the U.K. higher education system is due for modernization and upgrade after recent hacks. In this post, I discuss how Duo can help.
How has cybersecurity progressed in 2019? Our CISO advisor Dave Lewis reflects on the past year as he lingers over a cup of coffee.
The blurred lines between personal IT and business IT have a couple of implications. One is that sometimes the only difference between work and home is the login name you use for that SaaS application. The other implication is that when you’re using the same software as a consumer and as a worker, you get used to the ease of consumer-grade experiences and you don’t want to give them up.
Cue the parade! It is official, Duo Security achieved FedRAMP Authorization with sponsorship from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). Our cloud-based Duo Access two-factor authentication (2FA) solution, which enables federal agencies to replace or augment traditional security card authentication methods with Duo’s push-based 2FA technology is available at the FedRAMP Marketplace.