Whether you use the Zoom platform to teach online classes, schedule meetings or conduct patient discussions, there are unique features designed for everyone to make the most of safety and security.
At Zoom, they are working to integrate optimal security seamlessly into the Zoom user experience. This allows organizations from all sectors to create a secure collaboration with Zoom.
Whether you use the Zoom platform to teach online classes, schedule meetings or conduct patient discussions, there are unique features designed for everyone to make the most of safety and security. Zoom has designed several features to address industry-specific standards to help various organizations maximize security while meeting their own needs.
4Webcom is an official partner of Zoom, so we are happy to tell you more about the different security features that suits your industry best.
Each industry can use Zoom's platform in a way that suits its own needs. Zoom Meetings always come with a security icon and a set of controls. This helps users to protect their meeting from uninvited guests.
These controls allow meeting hosts to:
Share and manage the screen.
Set up two-step verification.
Remove disruptive participants.
Turn off video, mute participants.
Suspend participants' activities.
Disable file transfer.
Disable Private Chat.
Report a user.
These controls help organizations to manage, optimize, and secure the meeting experience.
4Webcom is active in various branches, including education.
As schools and universities embrace the hybrid learning model, educators need the right security tools to ensure their virtual classroom is not interrupted by outsiders or unexpected hijackers.
The following features and commitments are designed by Zoom to help educators and administrators streamline the virtual learning experience:
At-Risk Meeting Notifier: Designed to proactively identify meeting privacy issues, this tool scans posts on Social Media and other public online resources.
Chat Etiquette Tool: This tool helps prevent users from sharing unwanted messages, such as messages that contain inappropriate language.
Waiting Room: In the meeting settings under “Security” you can enable the waiting room. Waiting rooms can be customized with a description or even a video.
Single sign-on (SSO): Zoom helps users in schools and business environments with authentication. The single sign-on (SSO) feature is a secure and fast way to log in as a Zoom client.
The well-being and privacy of patients are of course always a top priority for healthcare organizations. That's why Zoom has several features to protect patient privacy:
Advanced Chat Encryption: This feature enables communication under secure conditions by encrypting chat messages between users.
Meeting access codes: Anyone can create an access code and share it with patients and colleagues via email. For example, anyone who wants to participate in a meeting must first enter the security code.
Account Theft Protection: Helpful in identifying users whose login credentials may have been stolen. When Zoom determines that a user's login credentials may have been stolen, they will be notified and asked to change their password within a day. If this doesn’t happen, the user is forced to log out. This feature adds extra security to prevent cybercriminals from using employee or patient credentials to access their Zoom accounts.
Safety is of great importance in this industry. Protecting customer information is extremely important. The customer's trust in the company depends on security. The following functions can help with ensuring this:
Management of data routing: Zoom users have the option to select what data is moved from one location to another over the Internet.
End-to-end encryption: We've written an extensive blog about end-to-end encryption, you can read it here!
Meeting and Webinar Archiving: This feature allows account administrators to set up a native platform to organize meetings and collect data.
Information Barriers: This feature is designed to help control users' communication policies. Information barriers can be used to prevent certain users from using information to communicate with others who are not authorized to do so.
Security is now more important than ever with more and more online and hybrid working. Therefore, Zoom wants all users to be aware of the options concerning security and privacy. They continue to improve security features for all industries and users. Zoom remains committed to developing a platform that can be trusted at all times for all online operations and interactions, both private and business.
At 4Webcom, we understand better than anyone that every industry has its own needs and preferences when using Zoom. Consult with one of our advisors for the right advice, appropriate to your industry.
Feel free to contact us to find out what we, as a company, can do for you regarding Zoom security features!