Zoom plans stronger encryption on video meetings for these customers

Schools, paying customers and potentially high-risk users could be offered stronger encryption for video meetings under new plans being explored by Zoom.

Zoom continues its effort to shore up security and recently divulged its plans for end-to-end encryption.


Zoom is reported to be planning to strengthen its encryption for paying customers and other institutions such as schools.

Speaking to Reuters, Alex Stamos, the ex-Facebook chief security officer who joined Zoom as a consultant in April, said the company was looking at different approaches to beefing up security for some users.

As well as schools, this could include non-profit organizations

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