A common concern of IT operations leaders is how to deploy access security technology while minimizing the impact on their support teams, simplifying access control management and making security usable for clinicians.
Ensuring a smooth user experience is one key aspect of choosing and implementing an effective two-factor authentication and endpoint solution that can meet compliance regulations and enable clinicians to do their job securely, without interruptions.
What do usability lessons mean for the future of security technology? Learn about how passwordless authentication, WebAuthn, U2F and zero-trust networking are revolutionizing how we securely log in.
In this two-part series on usability and security, we'll explain what users expect from effective authentication and authorization tech, and how to apply these lessons to the next generation of tech.
Today, the Duo Labs team is releasing an in-depth look at Apple’s new approach to secure boot as described in Apple’s T2 Security Chip Overview.
We’re pleased to announce the general availability of our offline MFA for Windows laptops, desktops and servers. Duo’s offline MFA for Windows allows end users to perform 2FA even while they are temporarily disconnected from the internet.
The Creative team at Duo has launched the latest intentional redesign of the company blog this week in keeping with our Duo values to simplify security and always remain transparent.
When our customers came to us with a desire to support offline multi-factor authentication for Windows, we started off by focusing on the fundamental technical problem to be solved. How can we trust enrollment and continued authentication from a device that is offline?