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Security Policies for Every Situation

Get granular about who can access what and when. Duo lets you create custom access policies based on role, device, location, and many other contextual factors.

Instantly respond to changing user context.

Protect specific apps and networks.

Fully customize security policies.

Granular Security at the Flip of a Switch

A true zero-trust strategy changes the level of access or trust based on contextual data about the user or device requesting access. It also limits access to only users that really need it. With Duo, you can set up detailed policies in minutes via a simple, intuitive administrator dashboard, and manage rules globally or for specific applications or user groups.

Verify Trusted Users

Every user has a different use case for access to your applications, and Duo handles them all with ease. Detect key user information - like location, device, role, and more - at every login, and set security parameters that adapt to your users' ever-changing circumstances, without interrupting their workflow.

Secure Access Based on Device Trust

Protect against potentially compromised or risky devices accessing your applications and data. Apply security policy across every device — managed or unmanaged. Duo lets you define permissions based on OS and individual device settings, and automatically notify (or even block) users when their software is out of date.

Implement Policies by Application

Take a big step toward zero trust by making sure the right people have access to the right tools. Duo's application-specific controls make it easy to onboard contract employees, change access permissions, protect high-value information with stringent security policies, and more.

Want to get granular with your security policies? You need Duo.

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Five Steps to Perimeter-Less Security: Adopting a Zero-Trust Model for Secure Application Access

In this ebook, we'll take you through five steps to help you move beyond perimeter security and grant access to applications based on user identity and the trustworthiness of devices.

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