Zoom Cybersecurity and Privacy Strategies
The spread of COVID-19 drove many organizations to adopt work-from–home policies; as of 2022, one-quarter of Americans were working from home. As a result, more people than ever began using online conferencing tools, like Zoom, to communicate and collaborate with their colleagues, which led to cybersecurity concerns.
Zoom, a platform known for its simplicity and reliability, was the platform that gained the most popularity thanks to its parent company’s rapid adaptation to change and improving features for users. Similar apps like Skype and Teams received less attention from Microsoft, which allowed Zoom to quickly become a favorite for organizations and teams across the world for its simplicity.