More than 200 million people suddenly find themselves using Zoom’s videoconferencing software. Many enjoy how simple and convenient it makes connecting with co-workers, friends and family. But before adopting Zoom for your work-from-home and casual communication needs, make sure you understand the trade-offs between ease-of-use and protecting your privacy and security. Writing for The New York Times, Brian X. Chen lays out the concerns about Zoom and provides specific suggestions on how to reduce your risk.
About the Author
Brian X. Chen is a technology reporter for The New York Times. He previously covered Apple and the wireless industry for Wired.