Facing one of the world’s deadliest virus ‘’Coronavirus” some smart cyber app specialists saw it as an opportunity to create an app that connects faster and might be ideal to certain companies in order to partake in cabinet meetings during this lockdown.
However, Zoom might have had a negative impact as companies have took measures in forbidding this video chat platform.
Some of the world’s largest companies such as the Bank of America Corporation, Daimler AG, Ericsson SA just to name a few, have advised the use to employees against using Zoom in order to conduct meetings during this prominence of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Companies have raised a concern that this app is unsafe to use and lacks cybersecurity as to some private meetings led to hackers eavesdropping.
Daimler AG wrote “The software has various security gaps and data protection problems”, Daimler further expressed that they “forbid any use of this app for corporate content until notice.”
Not only having to focus on the insecurities Zoom has, this app has raged such an astonishing 300 million people globally that have made visual chats with this app on a daily ever since the lockdown emerged.
It has passed a milestone such as students engaging in video chat classes, loved ones using it as means of communicating and having high end companies conducting cabinet meetings.
However, the security is still embarking as a problem for most companies, CEO Eric Yuan stressed the concerns of bolstering the security system, improving encryption and promising to implement extra measures to ensure that Zoom delivers its outmost best.
Article Written By: Trotmocia Ntuli