Song Chosen from Nearly 50 Nominees; Recognized for Continuing Leadership in the Information Security Industry
Created in 2005, the Leaders & Innovators program was developed by Lawrence Tech to recognize
Song has a long history of leading successful products and companies striving to solve modern information security problems. Currently, Song is CEO and co-founder of Duo Security, an information security company that provides a cloud-based two-factor authentication solution for small to large enterprise organizations worldwide. Using innovative technology, Duo Security’s out-of-band authentication effectively protects against account takeover while providing an intuitive user experience.
As a privately-held company, Duo Security’s investors include
Song is also recognized for building the first commercial network anomaly detection system that was acquired by NFR Security, a leader in real-time threat prevention (acquired by Check Point Software Technologies, specializing in enterprise firewall, consumer Internet security and VPN markets). And before that, he managed security in the world's largest production Kerberos environment at the
More of Song’s contributions to the security community include popular open source (OpenSSH, libdnet, dsniff), distributed filesystem (NFSv4) and operating system (OpenBSD) projects. He also co-founded the USENIX Workshop On Offensive Technologies (WOOT).
About Duo Security
Duo Security provides cloud-based two-factor authentication to more than 4,000 organizations worldwide. In as little as fifteen minutes, Duo’s innovative and easy-to-use technology can be deployed to protect users, data, and applications from breaches, credential theft, and account takeover. Try it for free at www.duosecurity.com.
Source: Duo Security
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