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Symantec Validation and ID Protection Service (VIP)

Protect networks, applications, and data against unauthorized access

Symantec Validation and ID Protection Service is a leading cloud-based strong authentication service that enables enterprises to secure access to networks and applications while preventing access by malicious unauthorized attackers. A unified solution providing both two-factor and risk-based token-less authentication, VIP is based on open standards and can easily integrate into enterprise applications.

Training

Symantec Validation and ID Protection (VIP) Authentication Service 9.0: Install, Configure, and Deploy

The Symantec Validation and ID Protection (VIP) Authentication Service 9.0: Install, Configure, and Deploy course is designed for system administrators tasked with installing and configuring the VIP software. This class describes the type of credentials available and how to obtain them, explains the process for implementing VIP software and how VIP authenticates users, and provides tips for a successful VIP deployment. Students then learn how to install and configure Enterprise Gateway, how to configure VIP Manager and Self Service Portal, and how to help users obtain authentication credentials.

Symantec Validation and ID Protection (VIP) Authentication Service 9.0: End User Support for Help Desk Personnel

The Symantec Validation and ID Protection (VIP) Authentication Service 9.0: End User Support for Help Desk Personnel course is designed for help desk personnel responsible for supporting VIP on a daily basis. This class describes the types of credentials available and how to obtain them, provides troubleshooting scenarios that may arise in VIP Manager, and introduces functionality in the Self Service Portal needed to support users. Students also learn how to help users obtain new credentials and replace lost credentials.

Community Spotlight

Russian cybercrime team - another reason to use VIP

If anyone needed another reason to be wary of using solely passwords to protect their accounts, the recent report of the Russian cybercrime team that stole 1.2 billion usernames and passwords from 420,000 websites is that reason.  It makes you wonder, 1.2 Billion Login Details Stolen. Time To Retire The Password? Although the attackers have not...

Posted: Aug 18, 2014 11:11:20 PM

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