Zoom is a video conferencing platform that users from across organizations rely on to facilitate online conferences, webinars, and chats. Users share information in the built-in chat and record meetings.
How Adaptive Shield Helps Secure Zoom
Zoom’s end-to-end encryption and security tools prevent unauthorized parties from watching and recording video conferences. However, those security features are only enforced when the configurations are set securely.
Adaptive Shield ensures that private video conferences aren’t open to the public by reviewing security settings and alerting security teams when applications are vulnerable.
Recording Best Practices
Ensure privacy and control over recordings from your video conferences
Disable automatic recording
Disable local recording
Require passwords to access recording in the cloud
Authentication Meeting Control
Ensure only authorized personnel attend your video conferences
Place all participants in a waiting room
Require the host to admit users individually
Require participants to enter a password
Do not allow participants to enter meeting before the host