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40 Ratings

Cisco Multi-Factor Authentication (Duo Security)

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Score 9.1 out of 100

OneLogin

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Score 8.3 out of 100

Likelihood to Recommend

Cisco Multi-Factor Authentication (Duo Security)

I feel Duo Security if well-suited for a couple of use cases:
  • Any implementation of two-factor authentication whether there is an existing single sign-on infrastructure or not. This is likely the strongest suit of Duo Security due to the breadth of services supported and the flexibility provided.
  • Simple implementation of single sign-on that does not require advanced attributes management. Organizations that do not have complex needs for single sign-on and just want to authenticate the users without doing advanced provisioning and complex attributes mappings would benefit from having single sign-on and two-factor authentication in the same platform.
Complex single sign-on environments that require deep management of attributes and permissions will likely benefit from more mature single sign-on platforms.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

OneLogin

OneLogin definitely has a range of people it could work for. Everything from individuals who just want a better login process. Small companies who are wanting a way to keep a better count of who has access to what, and large corporations that want to implement a login process that will reduce the number of helpdesk tickets due to forgotten passwords.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Feature Rating Comparison

Identity Management

Cisco Multi-Factor Authentication (Duo Security)
OneLogin
9.0
ID-Management Access Control
Cisco Multi-Factor Authentication (Duo Security)
OneLogin
9.3
ID Management Single-Sign On (SSO)
Cisco Multi-Factor Authentication (Duo Security)
OneLogin
9.5
Multi-Factor Authentication
Cisco Multi-Factor Authentication (Duo Security)
OneLogin
9.7
Password Management
Cisco Multi-Factor Authentication (Duo Security)
OneLogin
9.0
Account Provisioning and De-provisioning
Cisco Multi-Factor Authentication (Duo Security)
OneLogin
8.9
ID Management Workflow Automation
Cisco Multi-Factor Authentication (Duo Security)
OneLogin
9.2
ID Risk Management
Cisco Multi-Factor Authentication (Duo Security)
OneLogin
7.6

Pros

Cisco Multi-Factor Authentication (Duo Security)

  • User functionality is simple. Our users love the ability to use their iPhones for the authentication.
  • User access is quick. We have had no reports of sluggishness or timeout issues when logging in and no downtime reported for the functionality in the year that we've used the service.
  • Bypass option in Duo is easy to administer when you have to make an exception for a user to bypass the two factor authentication (for example someone lost their iPhone but needs to work remotely until the new phone arrives).
Debbie Johnson | TrustRadius Reviewer

OneLogin

  • Numerous predefined connectors: Those connectors to the most popular applications allow to have a quick start.
  • Easy integration with various directory solutions: This allows to quickly setup an existing set of users with no password change, whether they are managed in Active Directory, OpenLDAP, G-Suite
  • Availability of APIs: The APIs offered allow to manage users and users attributes and allow to have more flexibility to provision data to and from the platform.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

Cisco Multi-Factor Authentication (Duo Security)

  • They offer a great and in depth process and documentation around popular systems, but that may leave you feeling stranded when attempting to use with other devices not listed. For example, MikroTik routers are not officially supported nor was it easy to connect to our LDAP servers without an additional RADIUS Server on top of the DUO Security Proxy.
  • Adding in multiple devices per user is a great feature since not all users will have their phone with them or a Hardware Token with them. It was easy to setup and use but found it difficult to tie one application to one user with multiple devices which can be used to authenticate.
  • Cost of telephone messages are a bit expensive compared to other competitors.
Craig Lockley | TrustRadius Reviewer

OneLogin

  • Customizing what is shown in the Frequent section would be nice. It lists some things in the frequent section that I do not frequently use but cannot add the tools that would be better suited in the area.
  • Customizing the Icons. A lot of companies use the same color schemes in their logos which causes you to click the wrong tool a lot of the time. This could also be resolved by allowing a user to move around the tools.
  • There are 3 tabs, one for Frequently Used, one for personal, and one for the company. To me having 2 tabs, 1 for all apps, and 1 for favorites would be less clunky.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Usability

Cisco Multi-Factor Authentication (Duo Security)

Cisco Multi-Factor Authentication (Duo Security) 9.6
Based on 3 answers
I find it relatively easy to use Duo Security for multi-factor authentication. Simple user instruction is enough for me even in case of issues. I am not an administrator but I have heard it is not that hard for administrators to manage the many users. I haven't used any other tools but I find it easier to use.
Bhupendra Niroula | TrustRadius Reviewer

OneLogin

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Support Rating

Cisco Multi-Factor Authentication (Duo Security)

Cisco Multi-Factor Authentication (Duo Security) 8.8
Based on 20 answers
I've had great experiences with Duo Security's support; one story I like to tell is that once I just called the main support number and found myself speaking with one of the founders who was taking support calls. That's not something you expect or see very often. In addition to the generally good support, I had several opportunities to speak with Product Managers, and they appeared to be very interested in my insights. That's a good sign a company is trying to keep in touch with users and cares about getting their input rather than paying lip service, which is sadly what most companies are good at.
Dan Tesch | TrustRadius Reviewer

OneLogin

OneLogin 7.8
Based on 5 answers
There has never been an issue where I have needed to use the OneLogin support so it would be unfair to rate them anything other than a 10 on their ability to provide support. Like I said its a very basic platform that we use it for with no issues.
Christopher Frometa | TrustRadius Reviewer

Alternatives Considered

Cisco Multi-Factor Authentication (Duo Security)

Duo offers cryptographic infrastructure that is more robust than SecureID does (or did). In addition, Duo has never intentionally built back doors in to their product at the behest of the NSA. Many Duo products are either themselves open source or are based on open source codebase, so it is easy to verify that they are secure. Duo's pricing is also MUCH better than RSA's.
Tim Enders | TrustRadius Reviewer

OneLogin

OneLogin was a better value than Ping and Okta, and it was more feature-rich than HelloID. The other products are fine, but OneLogin was the perfect balance of value and functionality for our organization.
Matthew Irvine | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

Cisco Multi-Factor Authentication (Duo Security)

  • Duo Security helps me sleep better as I worry less about an external attacker gaining unauthorized access to my network.
  • If there is a downside to Duo Security, it is that we did get some pushback from the end user community as they felt it was a hinderance to their workflow. However, Duo Security's flexibility allowed us to minimize that impact.
  • Duo Security provides a lot of information about the devices being used to access your network remotely.
Jerry Robinson | TrustRadius Reviewer

OneLogin

  • The one big benefit would be time-saving. It is a very convenient platform.
  • The access outside of the office also allows me to work at home or in my spare time for additional business that needs to be taken care of.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pricing Details

Cisco Multi-Factor Authentication (Duo Security)

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

OneLogin

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

Rating Summary

Likelihood to Recommend

Cisco Multi-Factor Authentication (Duo Security)
9.3
OneLogin
8.3

Usability

Cisco Multi-Factor Authentication (Duo Security)
9.6
OneLogin

Support Rating

Cisco Multi-Factor Authentication (Duo Security)
8.8
OneLogin
7.8

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