Zoom announces new security features to tackle ‘zoombombing’ – Times of India

Video conferencing platform Zoom has introduced that it’s set to roll out two new security features to take away and report disruptive assembly contributors inflicting ‘zoombombing.’
As half of the new security enhancements, Zoom goes to roll out a new choice for suspending contributors. This may be enabled by clicking “Suspend Participant Activities” positioned underneath the Security icon. The choice to accomplish that will likely be obtainable to each hosts and co-hosts and can droop all video, audio, in-assembly chat, annotation, display screen sharing, and recording.
After this, Zoom will give the hosts or co-host the choice to report a person from their assembly, share any particulars, and optionally embrace a screenshot.
“Once they click “Submit,” the reported person will likely be faraway from their assembly, and Zoom’s Trust & Safety group will likely be notified. Hosts and co-hosts could resume their assembly by individually re-enabling the features they’d like to use. Zoom can even ship them an electronic mail after the assembly to collect extra info,” stated Zoom is a weblog submit.
The Suspend Participant Activities function is enabled by default for all free and paid Zoom customers.
Further, assembly contributors can now additionally report a disruptive person instantly from the Zoom shopper by clicking the highest-left Security badge.
“Both of these new features are available on the Zoom desktop clients for Mac, PC, and Linux, and our mobile apps, with support for the web client and VDI to come later this year,” stated Zoom.

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