1Employees Using More Networks for Remote Access of Apps, Duo Finds
Duo Security released its 2018 Duo Trusted Access Report on May 23, revealing insights into the current state of end-user devices and access in enterprise environments. The 13-page report is based on Duo Security’s analysis of 10.7 million devices and nearly 500 million user access requests to protect corporate applications and data per month. Among the high-level insights in the report is that users are increasingly using more unique networks to access data remotely. Looking at device health, Duo found that 90 percent of Android devices were out-of-date in that the most recent security patches had not been installed. On a positive note, Duo’s analysis found that an increasing number of organizations have moved away from Windows 7 and have now deployed Windows 10. In this slide show, eWEEK looks at some of the top findings from the 2018 Duo Trusted Access Report.
2More Unique Networks Are Being Used
3End Users Are Opening Phishing Emails
4Android Is Often Out-of-Date
6Flash Is Being Uninstalled
8Windows 10 Adoption Growing
On a positive note, Duo’s analysis found that Windows 10 adoption is growing, with 48 percent of Windows endpoints now running the operating system, up from 27 percent in 2017.