Introducing Duo Device Health. It works at the application layer. Duo Device Health application is integrated into the Duo authentication path and protects applications that end users access via the Duo web prompt for two-factor authentication. It works for both cloud/SaaS and on-premise applications.
The federal government has introduced a new bill in June: "State and Local CyberSecurity Act of 2019." The bill aims to improve coordination between the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and state and local governments by creating channels for sharing threat intelligence and providing resources for threat prevention and recovery. Learn how MFA can help.
Dear Governor, Mayor, Legislator, County Official, Each day there are more and more stories about ransomware and threats to forthcoming elections. I'm sure it's already on your mind.
Just about every CISO you meet has a scary tale to tell, just as everyone you meet probably has a tale to tell about a horrible accident that happened to them or someone they know. The security ghost stories are fun to tell at conferences. But telling them constantly, at length, doesn’t help us have a reasoned conversation with the business around risk.
Let’s face it, no one uses only one platform and it is great to have options available to address that. We all have third-party applications that we use and having the ability to leverage Azure AD with Duo allows for a much wider coverage area than might have been thought possible before.
What is “zero trust” and why should you care? In the past, the security walls or the “perimeter” lived in and around the network. Mobility and globalization have changed that. Users are connecting to the network and applications in a variety of new ways — which has expanded the perimeter to anywhere access happens.
Today, Duo Security & Hunter2 are excited to release a new service, associated open-source lessons, and two training slide decks to help enable teams to provide a better educational experience.