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Saving Time, Saving Money: Duo’s Passwordless and SSO Updates

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Why SSO and passwordless authentication benefits every organization, from small business to enterprise
  • How you can set up Duo SSO and passwordless authentication in less than one hour
  • New Duo SSO features, including support for multiple identity providers (ADs) and self-service password reset
  • Details on the official launch of passwordless authentication support, including initial and upcoming integrations

The last 18 months have seen exponential growth in the shift to hybrid and remote work, forcing many organizations to quickly adapt or accelerate their hybrid security strategy. While there can be massive advantages in scalability, availability and flexibility using cloud-based solutions like Microsoft 365 or Workday, environments still relying on perimeter-based security measures will likely need a revised access strategy for protecting these services. And for organizations using dozens or even hundreds of cloud services, building an intuitive and secure workflow for users is a key factor to the effectiveness of that strategy.

Duo already helps thousands of organizations provide seamless, secure access to corporate resources, whether hosted in the cloud or on-premises. Now, we’ve got some exciting announcements and updates to share, unveiling the next steps in our passwordless enablement support and improvements to Duo’s SSO service, including new integrations.

Join Seema Kathuria and Ted Kietzman on November 10 for the latest on centralizing and simplifying access and management for hybrid environments, while reducing reliance on user passwords — and the headaches that go with them!

Presenter Info

Seema Kathuria, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Duo Security at Cisco

Seema has 15+ years' experience marketing cybersecurity solutions, holds a computer engineering degree and is based in the Bay Area in California.

Ted Kietzman, Product Marketing Manager II, Duo Security at Cisco

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.