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RSA Conference 2009 - Tons of Great Product News from VeriSign

Created: 22 Apr 2009 • Updated: 18 Dec 2012
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This week I am taking a break from my ecommerce focus to deliver live coverage of the RSA Conference in San Francisco, CA. Of course, as everyone transacting online knows, security = trust. So the news and trends coming out of the premier security event should be of interest to everyone. And make sure to follow me on Twitter and the VeriSign Twitter team for constant live updates.

VeriSign has been very, very busy innovating new security products that will impact consumers and enterprises. At RSA Conference 2009, we have already had 3 major announcements that has the newswire and the VeriSign booth abuzz.

New SSL Certificate Discovery Tool to Save Companies $$$$

Corporate IT departments have a complex task managing security across all their systems. Invariably non-standard installations occur in complex enterprise environments, which costs companies a ton of money to find, clean up, and maintain. The new VeriSign Certificate Discovery module saves IT managers countless administration hours and reduces the risk of rogue certificates that can lead to lost sales. Better yet... it is FREE for VeriSign MPKI customers! So contact your sales account manager to request it today.

VIP Mobile Credential Available on Over 90 Popular Mobile Phones

The VeriSign® Identity Protection
(VIP) Access for Mobile credential is now available for download onto more than 90 popular mobile
phone models including the BlackBerry (Storm, Curve, Pearl and Bold), as
well as the Motorola RAZR and others from Nokia and Sony Ericsson. The mobile credential is the hot item at the VeriSign booth at the RSA Conference. Drop by Booth #1332 and you can get your credential in seconds.

Developers Can Now Add Authentication to Their Mobile Apps

iPhone developers have to check this out. With two-factor
authentication gaining traction among major online businesses and consumers
worldwide, a new "test drive" program announced today at the 2009 RSA
Conference will show developers how rapidly they can integrate strong
authentication into applications written for mobile devices. The result is that your mobile application will be more trusted so that you will stand out from the crowd and get to watch your sales skyrocket.