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Extending Zero Trust for the Workforce with Device Trust

In this webinar you will learn how to:

  • Confidently grant application access for BYOD based on device trust
  • Easily extend Zero Trust philosophy to any device by easily incorporating Duo into your endpoint security program
  • Minimize the risk of non-compliance by ensuring only healthy devices can access sensitive data

33% of companies in 2019 surveyed by Verizon experienced a device-based compromise. And further, the majority reported the impact was major*, so it’s no surprise that devices are on most administrator’s minds and high on their list of security defense strategies. Duo already provides zero-trust for the workforce through our multi-factor authentication and robust access policy tools, and now to further expand our customers’ toolsets we have Device Trust.

With Device Trust, administrators can expand visibility and enforce access policies based on a set of comprehensive device health checks and improve their defense against compromised devices and a possible breach.

Join Duo Security's Product Marketing Manager Ted Kietzman and Solutions Engineer Jennie Davidowitz on April 29 for a breakdown of how Device Trust complements Duo’s existing MFA tools and better protects your workforce.

/* Verizon’s 2019 Mobile Security Index: https://enterprise.verizon.com/resources/reports/mobile-security-index/)

Presenter Info

Ted Kietzman, Product Marketing Manager

Ted has spent his career accelerating growth at SaaS startups. He has an MBA from Emory University and a Bachelor's Degree in Physics from Bowdoin College. He enjoys fine cheese plates, board games, and watching videos of Richard Feynman explaining the world.

Jennie Davidowitz, Solutions Engineer

Jennie Davidowitz is a USA West Solutions Engineer at Duo Security. She provides pre-sales support for Small and Medium businesses through technical discoveries and proof-of-concepts. Jennie has been with Duo since August 2019 and prior to that she was an Associate Solutions Engineer at Cisco Systems. When not protecting workforces you can find Jennie coming up with fun business ventures or reading her way down a Goodreads best books list.