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Secure working from home starts with Zero-Trust.
Duo security solutions compliment every technical environment and have been developed to verify identities and to set up trusted devices regardless how, when or where the user logs in meaning you can prevent threats and attacks caused by compromised log in details.
Verify the identities of all users with effective, powerful authentication (two-factor authentication) before allowing access to enterprise applications and resources. Duo supports all MFA methods, such as: Mobile apps, push notifications, offline options, biometric-based WebAuthn, hardware token, and more.
Gain an overview of all devices whether they are managed or not. This means that you can check if they meet your security standards before granting access. Duo offers a detailed overview of all your users’ devices and also gives you an insight into the state of their security.
The Duo platform gives you a comprehensive overview and control over BYOD by capturing and tracking every device accessing protected applications, including desktops, notebooks and mobile devices without the use of a mobile agent. You’ll receive detailed data and reports on user behaviour and any risky devices plus user, admin and telephony data to enable easy integration into existing SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) systems.
Protect every application by defining guidelines that limit user and device access to those that fulfil the company’s risk tolerance levels. Even location-based guidelines that allow access to applications to be allowed or denied depending on the location of the user or device are no problem.
Give users secure access to all protected applications (on-premise or cloud-based) via a uniform, seamless interface that can be accessed from anywhere. Duo also protects access to your remote access gateway provider, VPNs, VDIs and proxies such as Cisco AnyConnect, Juniper, F5, Citrix and more
Duo supports companies to quickly and easily prepare themselves for the requirements of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which defines how organisations should handle and protect personal data and what to do in the event of a data leak.