Cisco's Duo Security, the leading multi-factor authentication (MFA) and Zero Trust for the Workforce provider, announced enhanced MFA support for Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Cisco’s Duo Security, the leading multi-factor authentication (MFA) and Zero Trust for the Workforce provider, announced enhanced MFA support for Amazon Web Services (AWS).
AWS customers can add additional protection to their AWS Directory Service applications with Duo’s Push-based MFA in less than 10 minutes. Using the Duo MFA Quick Start for Directory Service, customers can easily deploy Duo MFA by automating hundreds of procedures into a single click.
The Duo MFA Quick Start provides out-of-box MFA support for all applications authenticated through directory services such as AWS Managed Microsoft AD or AD Connector, thereby reducing integration and maintenance efforts.
“AWS plays an integral role in driving the digital transformation being undertaken by organizations worldwide and Duo is excited to support the journey to the cloud”, said Ash Devata, Head of Products at Duo. “Consistent with our mission to make security easy and effective for all, our collaboration with AWS allows IT admins to now quickly and efficiently deploy MFA to protect the backbone of their businesses.”
Duo’s frictionless MFA experience only requires one tap on a smartphone to verify users are who they say they are, dramatically reducing the most common cause of breach: stolen passwords. Duo MFA can mitigate the threat of compromised credentials caused by phishing, malware and other security threats ”“ while meeting compliance requirements for accessing data.
Additionally, Duo has achieved Advanced Technology Partner status in the AWS Partner Network (APN), the highest tier in the APN Technology Program. Duo is extending the Cisco and AWS relationship ”“ simply delivering additional security and innovation to the end customer.
Ackcent, first partner in Spain, is now offering Duo MFA outstanding solution combined with our cloud security expertise.
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