|◄ Multi-factor authentication|
|◄ Continuous authentication|
|◄ Requires no additional devices|
|◄ Requires no new login steps|
|◄ Normally invisible to users|
|◄ Adaptive and risk-based|
|◄ Behavioral factors|
|◄ Difficult to overcome via theft|
|◄ Mobile step-up capability|
|◄ Easy corporate deployment|
|◄ Affordable for most companies|
Disclaimer: The data shown above represents the opinion of Plurilock, Inc. and is not based on, nor does it include, data or analysis provided by any third parties. This information is provided only for comparison purposes. This data is intended neither to encourage nor discourage the use of Duo or any other product. All trademarks shown are the property of their respective owners.
Plurilock products enable strong background MFA by using machine learning to analyze behavioral-biometric, environmental, and contextual identity factors.
These methods include Duo Push, which uses a mobile authenticator app, and SMS text messages, mobile device touch ID, and other similar options.
Duo is able to quickly synchronize and self-enroll users from existing directories such as Active Directory or Azure AD and offers plans for any organization size, including a free tier for very small organizations.
4.5 (4.5 stars)
“Overall I have found Duo to be a great method for securing my data and private accounts. It has allowed me to make sure that sensitive information stays safe and away from prying eyes. It also gives me a sense of security financially, as some of my accounts secured by Duo are linked to payment portals...I have experienced a few technical bugs with the software in my time using it, though they are relatively infrequent. There are times when Duo will push a login approval to my phone and then fail to allow me to log in to my profile even though I have accepted the push.”
4.7 (4.7 stars)
“Duo works well as MFA solution. DUO's ability to use push notifications, text, cell phone, desk phone, hardware tokens, and access codes provides multifactor options for almost all use cases. The hardest part of implementation has been dealing with user complaints about the inconvenience of having to use two factor authentication.”
3.5 (3.5 stars)
“I do think that Duo should work out an easier process for consumers who just want to use Duo Push for LastPass without going through the same rigmarole that installing Duo Security for a business would require.”