Authentication is evolving - and WebAuthn (Web Authentication) is what’s next. See what the hype is all about, and why biometrics for authentication can support a passwordless future.
While Duo is extremely bullish about the security properties of U2F, we think that the biggest change in strong authentication is coming soon. Get a look back at biometric authentication and how it's evolved over the years.
In this ebook, "Achieving Zero-Trust Security in Federal Agencies," we examine key methods that federal agencies can leverage today to achieve a zero-trust security model for secure application access
Spoofed domain names have been identified, targeting political think tanks, nonprofits, as well as Microsoft services for U.S. senators and public officials.
Users are often the first responders - here's a list of resources that can help your organization with identification, authentication and authorization, as released by the DHS, S&T, NIST and NCCOE.
Security hipsters love the zero-trust network - it's not a product or architecture, so much as a philosophy. But why the interest in zero trust?
The lively Duo-sponsored debate broke through the FUD, with opinionated security professionals bantering and buzzing on current issues in the information security industry.
Proactive defense vs. offense. Strategy vs. tactics. These themes resonated loud and clear in the high-level talks at Black Hat USA 2018 in Las Vegas.
Between 80 to 90 percent of web traffic to online retailers comes from automated programs attempting to breach user accounts with credential-stuffing attacks - and half of them are successful.
Duo is looking for enthusiastic engineers who are good team players. To find them, we need to be in spaces with talent pools of higher identity and thought diversity - spaces that are human-focused.
Zero trust provides a simple way to reduce data breach risk - both helping you improve cyber resilience while reducing cyber insurance premiums.
Duo Labs releases their results of a three-month long research project on identifying Twitter bots and botnets at a large scale ahead of their talk at Black Hat USA 2018, along with plans to open-source their data collection code source.
8 years, 12,000 customers, and over 700 extremely talented and dedicated team members later, we’ve made our mark on the industry, helping to make security easy and effective for all, and earning the love of our customers, partners, and community. I could not be more proud of what we’ve accomplished together, but we’ve only scratched the surface of our potential. So today I am also extremely proud to announce our next chapter; Duo will be joining forces with Cisco, the world’s largest networking company.