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Simple, Secure Single Sign-On

Single sign-on (SSO) from Duo provides users with an easy and consistent login experience for any and every application, whether it's on-premises or cloud-based.

User-friendly, single dashboard access to applications.

Customize access policies per-application.

Support existing SSO, federation and identity providers.

A Stress-Free Login Experience

Today's workforce relies on an incredible variety of programs and platforms for productivity, and it can be difficult to provide on-demand access to these tools without compromising on security. Luckily, Duo safely puts essential applications at your users' fingertips. Whether you're looking for a new SSO solution or want to protect an existing one, Duo enables a streamlined login experience that's backed by airtight information security.

Log in Once, Work Everywhere

With Duo’s SSO, users can log in to a single, MFA-protected dashboard to gain access to all of their applications, both cloud-based and native.

SSO for the Modern Workforce

Implement SSO with the tools people are actually using. Whether your applications are on-premesis or cloud-based, they're all conveniently integrated for easy access — and with Duo's granular access policy options, you can provide just the right level of access for each.

Compatible With Any Security Architecture

Duo's SSO is designed to complement our multi-factor authentication solution — but our zero-trust platform integrates with dozens of other SSO and identity provider tools, allowing you to secure application access in the way that works best for your business.

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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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