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The 2017 Duo Trusted Access Report

Now Available: The 2021 Duo Trusted Access Report

In this report, you’ll find:

  • An analysis of the security hygiene of enterprise endpoints
  • An overview of industry and geographic trends
  • A closer look at the state of mobile security

You can’t secure what you can’t see.

To give you insight into the security health of enterprise devices, Duo analyzed our dataset of 4.6 million endpoints completing over two hundred million authentications a month.


Get visibility into your own user and device data using Duo's Device Insight; available in our Duo MFA, Duo Access and Duo Beyond editions.

What’s Inside?

Download the full report to see our key findings:

Overall Device Security Health
  • How many devices are running a version of Flash with critical vulnerabilities?
  • How many are running an unsupported version of Internet Explorer?
  • How does the UK/EMEA compare to the rest of North America’s endpoints - and which industries are more up to date than others?
Mobile Security Health
  • How many phones are patched to fix critical vulnerabilities?
  • How many devices are encrypted, jailbroken or rooted - or have screen lock and/or Touch ID enabled?

Get our recommendations for how a Trusted Access approach to the new network security model can effectively protect access to your data.

Industry Highlight: Healthcare

We go deeper into our healthcare industry data to reveal:
  • What makes the healthcare industry a prime target?
  • How does healthcare compare to the overall overage?
  • How does this affect HIPAA compliance?

See how the healthcare industry stacks up compared to the overall average, and learn what you can do to keep patient data and applications secure.

Phishing Spotlight: Duo Insight

Assess your organization’s risk of getting phished by launching an internal phishing campaign with our free tool, Duo Insight.

Download the report to learn:
  • How many users opened phishing emails or clicked on the link?
  • What percent of users gave away their credentials?
  • How many users’ devices are running out of date software?

Phishing is not only a credential problem, but a device problem, too - keeping devices up to date can help protect against malware infection.