VeriSign Identity Protection received a Computerworld Readers Choice Award in ceremonies held today in Hong Kong. The Computerworld Hong Kong 2007 Awards are regarded as the premier Information Technology (IT) awards in Hong Kong because they genuinely reflect the opinions and preferences of the local IT user community. Only end users who subscribe to Computerworld Hong Kong are eligible to cast a ballot in the annual competition.
"VeriSign is proud to see VIP recognized as the number one identity management offering by the readers of Computerworld Hong Kong," said Qi Li, vice president, Asia Pacific sales and consulting services for VeriSign. "This kind of end-user recognition inspires us to continue to show our commitment to the region by offering new solutions that help organizations protect their customers from identity theft and other online security threats."
VIP is a comprehensive suite of identity protection and authentication services that enable consumer-facing applications to provide a secure online experience for end-users at a reasonable cost. It enables both invisible security through VIP Fraud Detection Services as well as more visible security through VIP Authentication Services. To minimize costs and maximize security by sharing intelligence and resources, VIP Authentication Services is backed by the VIP Network, which allows for the sharing of a single security credential across multiple websites.
"The Computerworld Hong Kong Awards is designed to reward vendors for excellence in their respective fields," said Howard Ma, associate publisher, Computerworld Hong Kong. "Unlike other awards programs, we put the power to decide the best vendors and solutions into the hands of enterprise end users and decision-makers. All Readers Choice Awards winners were singled out by the very individuals who rely on these IT solutions every day. We can think of no better testament to their efforts."
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