Need Secure Web Conferences? Need zero Zoom® costs?

Are you certain your web conferences are secure?   Do you want to keep your client proprietary information safe?

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. With over 4,000 employees can you be sure their software is not monitoring your screens and voice? Both Siri® and Alexa® understand everything we are saying. It requires a high level of technical expertise to see if packets from your Zoom® or a competitor meeting are being sent to servers in Beijing or anywhere else unknown to you.

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

Would you have to hire a PhD in Computer Science before you hold every meeting to check security? Do you think any web conferencing company would let you inspect their source code, or reinspect it on every change of source code?

Now you can own a secure web conferencing solution and it's source code. No outside company can change the source code on your servers without your permission. The only costs to hold your secure web conferences is website hosting. Say goodbye to your usage charges from your existing web conference service provider. Cut out the costs and the security risks. What is it worth to your business to keep your client proprietary information safe?