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Virtual Town Hall Security with Zoom Integration
Virtual Town Hall Security with Zoom Integration
Amy Truran avatar
Written by Amy Truran
Updated over a week ago

ℹ️ You and your stakeholders security is our top priority and by following some easy steps below, you can ensure your Town Halls Meetings stay secure when integrating with Zoom.

Key Zoom Features for Secure Town Hall Meetings

Some of Zoom's most notable security features include:

  • Encryption of data in transit and at rest is currently AES 256 ECB migrating to AES 256 GCM on May 30, 2020

  • Controlled data routing that allows paying customers to opt-in or opt-out of any of our data centres (excluding their home region) and, for enterprise clients, the ability to customize and manage geographic regions for specific meetings

  • Transparency on data routing via the Zoom account administration dashboard

  • Safeguards and controls to prohibit unauthorized participants such as:Eleven (11) digit unique meeting IDsComplex passwordsWaiting Room with the ability to automatically admit participants from your domainMeeting lock feature that can prevent anyone from joining the meeting, and ability to remove participantsAuthentication profiles that only allow entry to registered users, or restrict to specific email domains

  • Meeting host controls can enable/disable participants to:Content shareChatRename themselves

  • Security controls at the fingertips of the host/co-host with a dedicated Security icon on the main interface

  • All cloud recordings are encrypted with complex passwords on by default

  • Prevent robocalling with rate limiting and reCAPTCHA (requires human intervention) enabled across all platforms

  • Audio recordings with a user’s electronic fingerprint embedded into the audio as an inaudible watermark so if the recording is shared without permission, we can help identify the source

  • Content watermarking superimposes the image of a meeting participant’s email address onto shared content they screenshot

Zoom meets the following industry and security organization standards:

  • SOC 2 (Type II)

  • FedRAMP (Moderate)

  • GDPR, CCPA, COPPA, FERPA, and HIPAA Compliant (with BAA)

  • Privacy Shield Certified (EU/US, Swiss/US, Data Privacy Practices)

  • TrustArc Certified Privacy Practices and Statements

For more details on Zoom’s privacy and security policies, please visit Zoom's Privacy and Security webpage

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