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MelanieLopez | 16 Jul 2013 | 1 comment

Symantec would like to announce the new update of the Validation and ID Protection Service (VIP), with new functionality for VIP Manager and Enterprise Gateway v9.3.

Three new groups features – user groups, admin groups, and a Super Admin group – in this release provide greater flexibility in policy-driven identity management to meet diverse needs, as well as reduce risk and complexity for keeping administrator rights up-to-date. Additionally, there is now the option to use Device Identification and Intelligent Authentication independent of each other, for added protection as part of a multi-factor authentication policy. These new features and others are available now in your VIP Manager. Please ensure you download the Enterprise Gateway v9.3 update to use these features.

Summary of New Features

  1. Ability to manage credential policies by user group
  2. Ability to manage administrator groups and synchronize with LDAP/AD User Stores
  3. ...
sambit | 10 May 2013 | 0 comments

Symantec VIP added some new functionality in past few months.

VIP Third-Party Integrations

Symantec VIP provides almost 30 enterprise third party application plug-ins integrating seamlessly with industry standard VPNs, enterprise access manager and single sign on products, remote desktop access products, and end-point authentication modules over Windows, Linux and other UNIX platforms. In the past few months, we focused on enhancing console login experience with Windows Sever 2008 and Windows 7, enabled Microsoft NPS servers and Cisco ISE to authenticate with Symantec VIP, ensured Cisco Secure ACS 5.x compatibility with the VIP services.

  1. Microsoft Windows Server 2008 and Windows 7 – Microsoft Windows Console Login can be enhanced to integrate with custom security protocols like smart card, two factor authentication by developing credential provider modules. Symantec VIP Credential Provider for Windows has been providing strong...
vipblog | 24 Nov 2008 | 0 comments

Today PayPal launched mobile access for its Security Key. This means that along with the traditional token and credit card form factor, PayPal Security Key users can now get their one time password (OTP) texted to their mobile phone. This is very cool, especially if you're one of those people who use your cell phone for everything--phone, email, text, Internet, GPS, camera...and now you can use it to protect your accounts online.

The new SMS OTP for the PayPal Security Key is available to customers in the U.S., Australia, Austria, Canada and Germany. PayPal does not charge for the OTPs texted to mobile devices. To use the service, customers need a mobile device and wireless service set up to receive SMS text messages. It's that simple.

The PayPal Security Key is part of the VeriSign Identity Protection (VIP) Network. As part of this network, consumers can use the OTPs to protect their accounts on a variety of financial services and e-commerce Web sites like eBay,...

vipblog | 29 Oct 2008 | 0 comments

Organizations around the world are deploying VeriSign® Identity Protection (VIP) services to stop fraudsters from tricking consumers into revealing sensitive private information. VeriSign Identity Protection service's one-time-passwords (OTP) are one element of a layered security approach. Other layers include Web site security brought by an Extended Validation (EV) SSL Certificate, fraud detection services to monitor anomalies on the back end, and consumer education.

The VeriSign Identity Protection Network allows consumers to use a single security device to authenticate...