The videoconference platform Zoom has seen a surge in users since the coronavirus pandemic. Teleworkers are relying increasingly on Zoom for virtual meetings, and as a HIPAA-compliant videoconferencing program, Zoom for Healthcare has gained popularity among healthcare providers in particular. New York’s Attorney General has asked Zoom to explain its privacy policies, and additional scrutiny is likely to follow.
Hackers have noticed. Since the beginning of the year, reports show 1,700 registrations including the word “Zoom,” with 4 percent containing suspicious characteristics. A click on a fake Zoom invitation could install InstallCorePUA, which opens the door to malicious software installations. Continue Reading Working From Home Data Security Risks