Video conferencing companies are undoubtedly one of the beneficiaries of the global pandemic. Zoom̵
If you’re attending important corporate, school, or other business meetings, make sure that only you have access to your account. Video conference room hijacking is already a problem, but imagine bad actors hijacking your account.
They could keep you out of a meeting, change your passwords, or show you up to a meeting “for you” and mess things up. Securing your account to prevent unauthorized access is one of the most important things you can do regardless of the service.
Zoom’s new support for 2FA does just that. Zoom supports several flavors of 2FA, including the TOTP (Time Password) protocol and one-time codes sent via SMS or phone call. Thanks to TOTP support, you can use Google Authenticator, Microsoft Authenticator, and other authentication apps.
According to Zoom, 2FA is available to all users starting today. You can set it up in the security settings of your Zoom dashboard.