- Nov 10, 2020
The FTC has issued strict guidelines for Zoom related to better security management on the platform
The United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has strictly addressed Zoom to work towards fixing its critical security issues. The FTC has alleged that Zoom stores private recordings on encrypted cloud storage, misleads users on the level of security, and has an increased risk of video surveillance.
As per the agreement released by FTC, it requires Zoom to make the amendments so that the security issues do not arise again. FTC wants Zoom to alleviate its brute force password guessing.
In its latest proposal, the FTC has issued a set of security-related activities that Zoom needs to adhere. The following are some of FTC’s requirements :
- Annual Security Assessment
- New Ways to safeguard against risks
- Vulnerability Management Program
- Protecting Against Online Attacks and safeguard against Unauthorised Access
The FTC is keen on addressing Zoom to pay close attention and protect against online attacks. Online protection can be done through strong passwords and usage of bot identification procedures for blocking hackers.
Zoom has claimed that it would take the responsibility to make sure that such security issues get fixed and do not arise in the future.
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