Many of us find ourselves attending meetings by video conference, such as Zoom. You might even be having confidential interactions with your clients, medical providers, or legal providers. If you are wondering how secure those interactions are, we analyzed Zoom’s security, legal, and privacy policies (which were updated on March 18, 2020) to help you stay informed without having to read all the fine print. Here are the highlights:
The take away is that as the host of a Zoom meeting, you have many options available to protect the content of the meeting. Participants have fewer options and must rely on the host to use the security tools that Zoom provides. Zoom also offers both hosts and participants opt-out preferences to protect your privacy and limit the marketing you receive.