Protect access to your internal web applications and resources using Duo’s two-factor authentication (2FA). Access controls allow you to make application access decisions based on the trust established in user identities and the trustworthiness of their devices, instead of the networks from where access originates.
Define policies based on your organization’s risk tolerance levels to limit access to internal applications and servers. Make intelligent real time decisions before granting privileged access to remote users by defining which users on which devices can access what applications and servers under which circumstances – that’s the main idea behind a zero-trust security model.
Grant users secure access to all protected applications from anywhere, without a VPN. Control privileged access to specific internal applications and data centers instead of implementing full VPN access, which comes with the risk of breaches and privilege abuse.
Securely access SSH without a VPN. With Duo, you can remotely SSH to configured hosts after installing Duo's connectivity tool.
Give your users a single sign-on (SSO) experience by letting them access enterprise cloud applications from a single dashboard. Duo’s SSO saves users' time, increasing productivity by letting them log in just once to access multiple work applications.
Easily protect access to on-premises applications and external access to on-premises web applications for third parties by enforcing policies that give a specific set of users remote access to applications.
Protect popular enterprise cloud applications including Salesforce, Office 365, Google, Box, Dropbox, Slack, Docusign and more. Provide easy, secure access by integrating Duo’s SSO with any SAML 2.0-enabled cloud application.
Easily integrate Duo’s SSO with your federation server or cloud identity provider (IdP) so it automatically secures any application connected to it. This enables easy and secure access to federated cloud applications.
“Utilizing Duo for SSO and MFA reduced our total cost of ownership and enabled users to get secure access to all cloud applications.”
— Dan Tesch, Director of IT and Security, Leapfrog Online