According to the Cloud Security Report 2015 from Alert Logic, cloud environments are mostly affected by significantly increased numbers of app attacks, suspicious activity and brute force.
A UK-based phone and broadband provider announced that the contact and payment information of 4 million individuals had been exposed in a recent data breach, including credit card and bank account numbers.
The latest update on the status of Duo Security’s services, and how we’re implementing architectural changes to ensure service availability.
Duo Security will be exhibiting advance two-factor authentication and endpoint security solutions at the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference this year, hosted at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis from Oct. 28-29.
> Adobe recently issued an emergency patch outside of their normal patch release schedule for a Flash zero-day, CVE-2015-7645, reported by Trend Micro security researchers. The vulnerability affects Flash versions 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168.
Late on a Friday afternoon, Dow Jones announced that they detected unauthorized access to their systems, compromising the contact and payment information of about 3,500 customers.
Duo Security announces updates to our two-factor authentication prompt design, improving the user authentication experience and device management.
This Thursday, Duo will be hosting Joe Grand, also known as Kingpin, at our Ann Arbor office as part of Duo Tech Talks (DTT). DTT is a monthly live presentation on a variety of technology and security topics by experts in the community.
According to the security firm Volexity, attackers have been modifying web-based VPN login pages to steal employee credentials in order to access internal corporate resources, targeting organizations in the medical, think tank, higher education, electronics and manufacturing verticals.
> The latest RAT (Remote Access Trojan) targets Windows machines, bypassing security measures like antivirus and built-in security enhancements in Windows.
> Duo Security’s integration for Windows Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) protects both RDP and local console logins for versions of Windows from Vista to 8.1 clients, and Windows server operating systems from 2008 to 2012 R2.
Detecting Out of Date and Vulnerable Flash Versions on Your Network Industry News / Featured Article
Adobe Flash Player is used prolifically to display video/audio content across the web. But recently, rashes of vulnerabilities and zero-days have prompted the information security community to encourage moving away from the technology, or finding a better way to detect outdated versions in order to protect against vulnerabilities.
A recent attack on a midsize public services company showed how attackers were able to use malware to steal more than 11k sets of authentication credentials via the company's Outlook Web App (OWA), a Microsoft-based Internet-facing webmail server.
We just added new features to Duo Platform Edition that give you complete insight into all of your devices, flag any that may be running out of date or vulnerable browsers or plugins, and give you the option to notify your users and let them update their device software.
Duo Security is sponsoring the Internet2’s Technology Exchange, an annual tech/education event hosted in Cleveland, Ohio from Oct. 4-7 this year.
iOS developers were the target of a recent malware attack, not Apple Store, although malicious code was spread through many apps downloaded via the online app store. Find out how developers and users can protect themselves with our helpful security tips and resources.