In the legal field, you’re responsible for keeping client data confidential and safeguarding attorney-client privilege. Let Duo handle your security, so you can focus on your clients and law firm.
Duo’s Unified Access Security solution helps you ensure the security of your clients’ confidential data by verifying your users’ identities and checking device security health before granting them access to your applications.
The American Bar Association dictates that lawyers shall not reveal client information unless given consent in the Model Rules of Professional Conduct, rule 1.6(a).
Additionally, 1.6(c) provides that: "A lawyer shall make reasonable efforts to prevent the inadvertent or unauthorized disclosure of, or unauthorized access to, [client information]."
Duo helps you meet these rules by ensuring unauthorized users can’t get access to your accounts or client data.Download The Essential Guide to Securing Remote Access
To ensure your users are really who they say they are, Duo’s two-factor authentication solution provides another layer of security to your logins that verifies their identities before they access your email and other applications.
In addition to verifying their identities, Duo’s Unified Access Security solution ensures Trusted Devices by checking the security health of their phones, tablets, laptops and more before they’re granted access.
The security health of devices includes how up-to-date their software is and whether or not security features are enabled, such as screen lock, fingerprint ID or jailbroken and rooted status.
Duo’s Unified Access Security platform supports all popular applications, including VPNs, remote access gateways, on-premises and cloud-based applications and more. Duo also integrates to protect PeopleSoft, an Oracle application used in higher education for a portal solution.
Duo's solution ensures only trusted users and trusted devices can access every application.
This complete security solution, Unified Access Security, prevents modern attackers that often target multiple areas - including credential theft and the exploitation of known software vulnerabilities affecting outdated software versions.
“Ease of use allows users to access remotely and seamlessly.”
Duo has added a layer of security for connecting to our internal network as well as the email server. It gives control where needed to prevent brute force attacks simply based on username and password.
Duo Security and multi-factor authentication has raised the level of end-user awareness about the importance of maintaining a secure environment and with little to no impact to the authentication process compared to before the implementation of Duo.