The face of online security will change drastically, Jim Bidzos, founder and chairman of trusted certificates vendor VeriSign, said in a keynote speech on Wednesday at the RSA Security Conference in San Francisco. "In the '70s in enterprises, there were mainly mainframes. The Internet, due to good work by Al Gore, who will be speaking later, was then just beginning," he said to audience laughter. When local area networks came along in the '80s, tokens were introduced and "they were good enough for this kind of access," Bidzos said.