As the world is going through an uncertain phase of COVID-19 pandemic, technology giants have great digitization on demand. Many companies including Zoom have been changing policies and safety measures to safeguard the security issues of its users.
The video conferencing platform Zoom has taken steps to add stronger encryption to the video calls of its paid customers. However, the company has no plans to provide enhanced security to all its users for the time being. Also, Zoom needs a bit of clarity on few accounts that may or may not be nonprofit user accounts and qualify for more secure calls. This digital meeting platform gained great reputation since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
Yet zoom has been facing myriad security issues including Zoombombing. Uninvited guests interrupting a video call and displaying pornography or other malicious content is Zoombombing. So Zoom is safeguarding the video calls for its paid customers with full encryption.