Engineered to protect your mission.

MFA is the foundation for zero trust. Duo verifies that your users are who they say they are, before they access your data — and with multiple second-factor options, including one-touch Duo Push, users can easily authenticate in seconds.

Monitor the health of every device across your organization in real-time, whether it’s corporate-managed or not. With Duo’s device trust features, you can customize access requirements at the device level, and because it’s a cloud-based solution, you’ll stay ahead of the latest security threats.


[emm/aeff/iaa]  Noun  –  Multi-Factor Authentication

Multifactor authentication (MFA) is a security technology that requires multiple methods of authentication from independent categories of credentials to verify a user’s identity for a login or other transaction. Multifactor authentication combines two or more independent credentials: what the user knows, such as a password; what the user has, such as a security token; and what the user is, by using biometric verification methods.

In the past, MFA systems typically relied on two-factor authentication (2FA). Increasingly, vendors are using the label multifactor to describe any authentication scheme that requires two or more identity credentials to decrease the possibility of a cyber attack. Multifactor authentication is a core component of an identity and access management framework.

Why DUO?

DUO combines security expertise with a user-centred philosophy to provide two-factor authentication, endpoint remediation and secure single sign-on tools for the modern era. It’s so simple and effective, and you get the freedom to focus on your mission and leave the protection to DUO.

In this new world, people-centric security is the only effective security. That’s why DUO designed a security solution to work with your technology, people, and their devices.


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