The American communications technology company-Zoom Video Communications Inc is devising to offer end-to-end encryption for video calls for its free and paid users. The video conferencing provider will launch a trial version in July.
In the wake of the global pandemic, with work from home becoming the new norm, Zoom has transformed into a global video hangout from a business-oriented teleconferencing platform.
In April 2020, Zoom has announced robust security enhancements with the general availability of Zoom 5.0. This was a key milestone in their 90-day plan to proactively identify, address, and increase the security and privacy capabilities of the platform.
In May 2020, the video conferencing provider has acquired Keybase (the key directory that maps social media identities to encryption keys) and announced the goal of Developing the most broadly used enterprise End-to-End Encryption offering.