We probably don’t need more proof of how important it is to have a secure communications platform when it comes to web-, video- and teleconferencing. But, then again, because this is all so new to many businesses trying to fully operationalize remotely, there is a great deal of information to wade through.
If you have been following the coverage of Zoom’s data and virtual meeting security struggles you may have stumbled across the term end-to-end encryption (E2EE), an important security feature of many (though, not all) instant messaging and conferencing apps.
You’ve probably been reading some of the recent coverage regarding serious security breaches with the popular ZOOM video chat and meeting platform. This is a subject that we at Momentum Conferencing take very seriously.