About 81% of confirmed data breaches in any industry involved stolen credentials
Ensures only Trusted Users and Trusted Devices.
SynerTech MFA Duo’s Trusted Access platform, is a holistic security solution that reduces your risk of a data breach caused by compromised credentials, known vulnerabilities and/or exploits.
Verify your users’ identities with
√ Easy-to-use to authentication app.
√ Easily provision users and automate management.
√ Vulnerability assessments using phishing simulation tool.
√ Enforce user access policies.
Check the security health of all your
users’ devices, including:
√ Out-of-date operating systems, browsers or plugins
√ Enforce device access policies
√ Corporate-owned vs. personal devices.
√ Block, notify and restrict access of users with
√ Secure access to any application
Make security painless, so you can focus on what’s important.
Using two-factor authentication, SynerTech MFA Duo verifies your users' ID or Identities. Then, Duo checks your users’devices for out-of-date software, missing security features and certificates, enabling you to enforce device access policies to block any risky or untrusted devices.
Lightning fast sign in without sacrificing security
Scalable, cloud-based Trusted Access platform.
Thousands of organizations worldwide use Duo, including Facebook, Toyota, Panasonic, and MIT.
Addresses security threats before they become a problem.
Double Up on Security
The simplest, most effective way to make sure users are really who they say they are
Assess User Risk With Phishing Simulation
Launch targeted phishing simulations within your organization with Duo’s Phishing Simulator to identify vulnerable users and devices. Our data dashboards allow you to measure and monitor your company's risk of getting phished from one main control center.
Build security for people.
In this new world, people-centric security is the only effective security. That’s why we designed our security solution to work with your technology, people, and their devices.
Security Designed for People
We know the most effective security solution is one your users actually use.
Duo’s 2FA solution only requires your users to carry one device - their smartphone, with the Duo Mobile app installed on it.
Duo Mobile is available for iPhones, Androids and many more. Logging in via push notification is fast and easy with Duo Mobile. We strongly recommend using Duo Push or U2F as your second factor, a more secure method that can protect against man-in-the-middle (MITM) attacks. We also support many different authentication methods to fit the unique needs of your diverse user base.
Easy, Effective and Secure
To ensure every point of access is protected, Duo’s Unified Access Security solution easily integrates with on-premises, web-based, and cloud-based applications.
Our simple and secure single sign-on is the easiest way for your users to access all of their cloud applications by logging in once to a web portal.
User Access Policies
We collect data on every authentication request to your applications so you can make informed security policy decisions. With information on your users, devices and their authentication activity, you can get complete visibility into who’s accessing what.
Duo’s user access policies allow you to limit access per certain user groups to strengthen your security profile - e.g., block login attempts from countries you don't do business in, or block users on anonymous networks.
Trusted by some of the smartest organizations in the world.
BIRD - Level One Bank - Member Driven Technologies (MDT) - - Eventbrite - Zenefits - Bolton & Wigan Council ICT Partnership - Tajco, and many more...
Our company is a leader in Network Security.
We can evaluate your current business environment and provide a complete assessment of your overall security health. Our security experts will then provide and implement a complete security plan to provide a comprehensive security solution to ensure that you have the best chance against current and future threats.
SynerTech's full-time security team is experienced in running large-scale systems security. We employ the top mobile, app and network security experts. Our researchers and engineers have worked at Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and financial firms.
How to Avoid CyberAttacks?
Employee Education: CYBERSECURITY 101 It's critical that your staff understands what ransomware is and the threats that it poses. Provide your team with specific learning experience examples of suspicious emails with clear instructions on what to do if they encounter a potential ransomware lure (i.e. don’t open attachments, if you see something, say something, etc.) see CYBERSECURITY 101 training program below.
Security: Antivirus software is essential for any business to protect against ransomware and other risks. Ensure your security software is up to date to protect against newly identified threats. Keep all business applications patched and updated to minimize vulnerabilities.
Backup: Modern total data protection solutions take snapshot-based, incremental backups as frequently as every five minutes to create a series of recovery points. If your business suffers a ransomware attack, this technology allows you to roll-back your data to a point-in-time before the corruption occurred. First, you don’t need to pay the ransom to get your data back. Second, since you are restoring to a point-in-time before the ransomware infected your systems, you can be certain everything is clean and the malware can’t be triggered again.
EmailSecurity: Use a real Cloud-based email security platform, a robust, secure, and legally compliant email encryption.
Quarterly Network Security Assessments: Do a security audit every quarter or half yearly, depending on your need. Did you know that most security vulnerabilities occur inside a business, behind the firewall? In fact, more than 70% of all cyber security incidents today are the result of INTERNAL security issues that no firewall, anti-virus or malware device could have prevented. schedule yours now.
Open your employees' eyes to their security Risks.
Cybersecurity Training for Everyone.
It's critical that your staff understands what cyberattack is and the threats that it poses. Provide your team with a specific learning experience, examples of suspicious emails with clear instructions on what to do.