Traditional security relies on location-based trust. A zero-trust model establishes trust for every access request -- regardless of location. It enforces adaptive controls, and continuously verifies trust. Trust levels are dynamic and change to adapt to your evolving business. This approach can help prevent unauthorized access, contain breaches and reduce the risk of an attacker's lateral movement.
Duo ensures only the right users and secure devices can access applications, providing a foundation for a zero-trust framework and securing the workforce. A comprehensive approach to securing your entire IT ecosystem requires zero-trust for the workforce, workloads and workplace.
Start your zero-trust journey with Duo's user and device trust.
Verify the identity of all users with secure access solutions such as two-factor authentication (2FA) before granting access to corporate applications and resources.
Gain visibility into every device used to access corporate applications, whether or not the device is corporate managed, without device management agents.
Inspect all devices used to access corporate applications and resources at the time of access to determine their security posture and trustworthiness. Devices that do not meet the minimum security and trust requirements set by your organization are denied access to protected applications.
Protect every application by defining policies that limit access only to users and devices that meet your organization's risk tolerance levels. Define, with fine granularity, which users and which devices can access what applications under which circumstances.
Learn about what zero trust is, the three pillars of zero trust - the workforce, workloads and workplace - and why it's important to secure them all.
Download this guide to learn the fundamentals of a zero-trust approach to enterprise security - including the three pillars, risks addressed by each pillar, implementation and proposed maturity models.
Duo Beyond creates an invisible and open gate that authorized users with trusted devices never have to see, the gate only materializes and closes when the device trust standards are not met.
We were previously trying to do this through a combination of five other products. The fact that one product can provide this level of granular access control is really awesome.