Just like their consumer counterparts, enterprise IT execs have flocked to Zoom for all manner of meetings. But security has invariably taken a backseat to convenience and availability, as anyone who has endured a Zoom intruder knows all too well.
Zoom this week (it hasn’t yet said exactly when) will roll out its upgraded encryption option. But it comes at the cost of surrendering various popular features. And it also does not come with improved authentication and identification of users, a capability Zoom now is promising to deliver sometime in 2021.
Zoom describes its current encryption offering as adequate, but not ideal: