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Array Integrates Enterprise Cloud-Based Security with Two-Factor Authentication

Milpitas, CA & Ann Arbor, MI – June 16, 2015 – Array Networks (www.arraynetworks.com) and Duo Security (www.duosecurity.com) today announced interoperability between Array’s AG Series SSL VPN solutions and Duo Security’s two-factor authentication solution. Duo’s cloud-based secure access platform provides enhanced access controls for Array SSL VPN secure access solutions via mobile authentication, eliminating the need for hardware tokens and simplifying the user experience.

Duo Security’s two-factor authentication adds a second layer of security to VPNs, cloud apps and on-premises apps by using a second factor – such as smartphones, tablets or even a landline phone – to verify the user’s identity. Verification is accomplished through the Duo mobile app, SMS, voice call or other mechanisms. Using Duo, enterprise networks, business-critical applications and cloud services are secured against unauthorized access, even in the event that an unauthorized user were to guess the username and password of an authorized user.

Duo Security’s two-factor authentication is a perfect complement to Array's AG Series SSL VPN Secure Access Gateways, which provide secure remote and mobile access to enterprise applications and cloud services. Through interoperability with Duo Security, users of AG Series secure access solutions can gain an additional layer of access control, which is often mandated by compliance regulations such as HIPAA and PCI, or desirable due to the confidential nature of materials accessed via the VPN.

“We are excited to announce a partnership with Array Networks and to offer our trusted secure access service to Array’s customers,” said Ash Devata, Director of Product Marketing at Duo Security. “Duo can now be used to provide Array Networks customers and users with an easy and effective two-factor authentication solution, adding an additional layer of security to their systems.”

“Array Networks is committed to ensuring our leading SSL VPN secure remote and mobile access solutions can easily integrate with a range of secure, cost-effective and easy-to-use authentication options,” said Paul Andersen, Sr. Director of Marketing for Array Networks. “The integration work undertaken by the Duo and Array teams has created a solution that is both powerful and, at the same time, easy to deploy with any of our remote, mobile and cloud access solutions.”

For more information about high-performance secure access with dual authentication, download the joint Duo Security and Array Networks Solution Brief.

For more information about Duo Security’s two-factor authentication solution go to www.duosecurity.com.

For more information about Array’s AG Series secure access gateways, which are available as either physical or virtual appliances, or for more information about becoming an Array Networks Array Total Value partner, contact [email protected] or 1-866-MY-ARRAY.

About Array Networks

Array Networks is a global leader in application delivery networking with over 5,000 worldwide customer deployments. Powered by award-winning SpeedCore software, Array solutions are recognized by leading enterprise, service provider and public sector organizations for unmatched performance and total value of ownership. Array is headquartered in Silicon Valley, is backed by over 300 employees and is a profitable company with strong investors, management and revenue growth. Poised to capitalize on explosive growth in the areas of mobile and cloud computing, analysts and thought leaders including Deloitte, IDC and Frost & Sullivan have recognized Array Networks for its technical innovation, operational excellence and market opportunity. To learn more, visit: www.arraynetworks.com.

 

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