SAN JOSE, CA -- Video conferencing software company Zoom is working to improve security as more people work from home due to COVID-19. A new version of the software will be out this week with better encryption to protect data and prevent intruders from crashing meetings.
Zoom-bombing, as it's called, has resulted in things like meetings being bombarded with pornography and swastikas. The new version will require passwords and for hosts to admit an attendee.
Technology expert and author of the new novel, Greedy Heart, Anna Murray walks through what that means with 104.7 WONK FM's Jen Richer here: