Videoconferencing Security Is Getting Better As Remote Work Continues
Video-conferences are getting more secure
Thanks to COVID-19 (novel coronavirus), videoconferencing transformed from a minor piece in the productivity toolkit to an essential one almost overnight.
That transformation came with problems—security being the biggest. Zoom, even as it evolved into a widely used mainstream tool, was heavily scrutinized by the tech press for its vulnerabilities. Organizations had to make big decisions fast about which among the array of new remote-work tools to use. And that means corners were often cut.
But now that we’re five months into our mass experiment in remote work, how is videoconferencing security holding up?
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