I’m in sunny San Francisco, attending the ongoing 2014 RSA Conference, where all of the keynotes seem to center around the major elephant in the room - NSA surveillance, the industry, and public trust.
Over here at Duo Security’s Ann Arbor headquarters, we’re gearing up for the 2014 RSA Conference in San Francisco next week!
> This Sunday and Monday, Duo Security’s Security Evangelist Mark Stanislav and Senior Security Researcher Zach Lanier will be presenting at Security B-Sides in San Francisco!
With so many different locations and employees, the Central Ohio Primary Care Physicians (COPCP) medical group needed a way to protect remote access to their systems and patient data. To overcome this security challenge, they turned to Duo Security’s two-factor solution.
According to real-world security practitioners, Duo Security’s solution provides the highest value among all new security companies, rated at 62 percent. Moreover, every practitioner finds value in Duo Security’s solution, as Duo was the only company ranked at 0 percent for companies providing no value.
> Does your company use Google Apps, Office 365, Salesforce or Box? Protecting access to these cloud applications with only a username and password is insufficient for today’s user targeted attacks. We can try to train employees to use different passwords everywhere, but password reuse is inevitable.
Here at Duo Security, we’re continuously improving upon our two-factor authentication service in order to provide the best user experience possible. That’s why we’re excited to announce the release of Duo Mobile 3.1.0 for iOS 7!
Last month, Chris Valasek, Director of Security Intelligence at IOActive gave a Duo Tech Talk at Duo Security's Ann Arbor office on automotive computers from a security researcher’s point of view.
> We recently discovered a vulnerability in our duo_wordpress plugin, employed by users to protect their WordPress blogs and sites with our two-factor authentication service.
When criminals want to spam or spear phish, finding targets that willingly give up details about themselves to strangers is a good place to start. With social networking enabling the exchange of personal information quicker than ever, it's not a shock that sometimes an opportunity to connect trumps online security practices.
We just launched a new resource for the security community - a Security Conference Calendar to help you create your own schedule of great networking and educational conferences, complete with call for proposal (CFP) deadlines.
> The federally mandated switch from paper records to digital records has the healthcare industry transitioning to the widespread use of electronic health record systems (EHRs), but application security is still a concern.
We’re excited to announce that Duo Security’s growth in 2013 hit 325% as we continue to increase our features to support enterprise security and lower price points for small and medium-sized businesses.
> While not yet confirmed by the company, KrebsonSecurity.com has released even more updates on what may have really happened in the Target data breach that resulted in 40 million stolen credit and debit cards, and the loss of 70 million records of personal Target customer data.