Web Conferencing-Pay Once or Pay Forever?

If you only want to pay once, you need SecureConf.

If you want to pay monthly charges forever, stay with Zoom®, WebEx®, Microsoft® and other web conferencing service providers.

If you want to hold secure conferences, you need SecureConf.

If your meeting packets are sent overseas without your knowledge or your conferences are being monitored for key words, ask your current provider to guarantee conference security, in writing. Or ask them for their source code so it can be independently reviewed.


Information in your web conferences could be worth more than your company.

Why own web conferencing source code?

Any company or government spending $250,000 or more per year with any web conferencing service will see immediate and significant ongoing savings and operational security of your meetings.

Maybe you want to own a residual income business with a competitive advantage of guarantying both conference security and no cash flowing to overseas companies. Think of how many states would like assuring their tax payers that web conferencing services are not supporting overseas companies.

What security issues with web conferencing?

This  logoreport  titled "A Quick Look at the Confidentiality of Zoom®" is written by a Berkeley PhD Computer Scientist who makes these recommendations:


"As a result of these troubling security issues, we discourage the use of Zoom® at this time for use cases that require strong privacy and confidentiality, including:

Governments worried about espionage
Businesses concerned about cybercrime and industrial espionage
Healthcare providers handling sensitive patient information
Activists, lawyers, and journalists working on sensitive topics"

"For those using Zoom® to keep in touch with friends, hold social events, or organize courses or lectures that they might otherwise hold in a public or semi-public venue, our findings should not necessarily be concerning."

Zoom® has stated they have corrected the security errors in this report. Can they guarantee that claim or let you inspect their source code? Both Siri® and Alexa® understand everything we are saying. You should assume that all large web conferencing service providers could have the same monitoring capabilities.

How about this news of TikTok data accessed from China?

Now you can own a secure web conferencing solution source code. No outside company can change the source code on your servers. Say goodbye to your usage charges from your existing web conference service provider. Remove security risks and cut costs. What is it worth to your business to keep your client proprietary information safe?