Video Screencast Help

Authentication Services

Public Group | Founded: 12 Aug 2011 | Serving 81 members

The Identity and Authentication Services group is open to all new and existing customers interested in learning more about the products offered and changes that are coming as part of Symantec.

Symantec Identity and Authentication products include:

  • Validation and ID Protection Service (VIP)
  • Managed PKI Service
  • Identity Access Manager (SAM) 

twitterbird.pngFollow us on Twitter

vipaccess.jpeg @Symantec VIP

mpki.png @Symantec MPKI

sam.png @SymantecSAM

Filed Under:

Group Activity

New blog entry 18 Dec 2012
VeriSign SSL principal architect Rick Andrews and I recently gave this Web seminar explaining the Debian Open SSL flaw and what to do about it.
New blog entry 18 Dec 2012
You may recall from an earlier post that Amazon has been using Extended Validation SSL and the VeriSign Secured Seal on its procurement page. At that time I wondered if that was an indicator of things to come. Well, it appears that it was. We now see ...
New blog entry 18 Dec 2012
Firefox interface developer Johnathan Nightingale has assembled a bunch of research numbers on SSL in various contexts. He does a good job of reporting sources and even includes some commentary on his opinion on the validity of this research (which, ...
New blog entry 18 Dec 2012
I just confirmed that I'll be a speaker at the Online Trust and Cybersecurity Forum in Washington D.C. on September 22 to 24, brought to us by the Online Trust Alliance. It's a good lineup, and I'm looking forward to it.
New blog entry 18 Dec 2012
This week's edition focuses on trust and includes 3 articles relevant to online retail. Extended Validation EV SSL Certificates - Should Your Website Have One? Rob Mangiafico of LexiConn Internet Services did extensive research of SSL installation of ...
New blog entry 18 Dec 2012
A recent New York Times article discusses the concerns held by online civil rights groups that oppressive governments around the world might work with certificate authorities (CAs) through either coercion or willing partnership to compromise the ...
New blog entry 18 Dec 2012
Firefox developer and CA/Browser Forum member Bob Lord details in this post how Firefox 3 will handle errors with SSL Certificates.
New blog entry 18 Dec 2012
We recorded a couple of good Web seminars recently on the subject of Extended Validation SSL. I had the privelege to give the first to over 500 security professionals. In addition to boiling the basic EV story down to a half hour, it also contains an ...
New blog entry 18 Dec 2012
Apple has made their Safari 4 beta publicly available for download. As one would expect, the new version of the popular browser has improved support for EV SSL and the green address bar. This is great news as Safari has become more widely used, ...
New blog entry 18 Dec 2012
We made a big announcement today. We've added significant functionality to VeriSign SSL Certificates. VeriSign SSL users will be able to take advantage of our web site malware scanning and Seal-in-Search capabilities, just as users of the standalone ...