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Streamlined Login for Any and Every Application

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.

SSO for Web Apps

With Duo, you can protect access to your popular web applications, websites, blogs and team collaboration tools.

Duo verifies the identities of your users with two-factor authentication and checks the security health of their devices before granting access to your web applications.

You can use Duo Security’s Web SDK to easily integrate with Drupal, Splunk, Confluence, Jira, Shibboleth and more. We offer client libraries for Python, Ruby, Classic ASP, Java and more.

SSO for Outlook Web App

Ensure your exchanges are confidential by integrating Duo with your Outlook Web App (OWA).

If your OWA is located outside your firewall, you need to protect it the same way you’d protect your VPN — with two-factor authentication. Duo’s easy OWA integration makes deployment and user provisioning fast.

By verifying the identities of your users with two-factor authentication and checking the security health of their devices, Duo ensures only trusted users and trusted devices access your OWA.

SSO for Cloud

Streamline your users’ workflows by allowing them to access all their 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. By checking every device before granting access, Duo’s secure SSO also ensures they meet your security policies.

Duo’s SSO is available in the Duo Access and Duo Beyond editions.

SSO for Federation

If you are already using a federation server or cloud identity provider (IdP), you can easily integrate with Duo so that it automatically secures any application that is connected to it.

Duo’s multi-factor authentication (MFA) solution allows administrators to easily integrate with federation services like Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) and other cloud IdPs such as OneLogin, Centrify, Okta, Ping, OpenLDAP, Google OIDC, Azure OIDC and SAML IdPs to protect cloud applications.

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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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