Zoom has been plagued by many security concerns since it’s rapid growth in popularity. Despite concerns over privacy and security Zoom continues to be one of the most popular video conferencing applications on the market.
Zoom Recent Security Flaws
Zero-day vulnerability allows website to start a video-enabled call on Macs with the Zoom app installed.
Meetings aren’t end-to-end encrypted despite misleading marketing.
User data leaked to Facebook and weak default settings for meetings.
Skype doesn’t require an account to create a video conference with up to 50 participates. It is very stable, supports large group chats and video conferences.
Teams allows participates to join without creating an account. Teams is available with all the Microsoft Business accounts and is HIPPA Ready. It can be configured to enforce team-wide and organization-wide two-factor authentication, supports single sign-on through Active Directory, and encrypts data in transit and at rest.
Webex has been the de facto standard for video conferencing and security since the late 90’s. It is HIPPA Ready and a trusted leader in its industry. Webex can be configured with two-factor authentication and single sign-on.
GoToMeeting is very stable, HIPPA Ready platform, and secure. It’s been the go-to video conferencing solution for businesses well over a decade. GoToMeeting can be configured with two-factor authentication using 3rd party plugins.