First-of-its-kind Meetings Risk Manager provides organizations with continuous security posture monitoring, configuration drift reporting and risk correlation alerting for Zoom
November 08, 2022 08:00 AM Eastern Standard Time
SANTA BARBARA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Theta Lake, a leader in modern collaboration compliance and security solutions, today announced Meetings Risk Manager (MRM), its sixth Zoom-certified module in the Zoom App Marketplace, and the only patented solution for Zoom meeting safety, security posture and configuration drift monitoring, alerting, and remediation.
With financial investment by Zoom, Theta Lake has pioneered in building this innovative new security module, free via the Zoom App Marketplace. Aligned with Zoom’s shared goal of “helping businesses and organizations bring their teams together in a frictionless environment to get more done,” Theta Lake MRM is based on a patented, unique set of abilities capable of addressing demand for advanced oversight and visibility into managing the security posture, settings, and activity of Zoom meetings. Importantly, this patented MRM technology works without bots, without recording of meeting content, and without retention of meeting content.
For UC teams and their security counterparts, Theta Lake MRM delivers a multi-faceted approach to Zoom security with posture monitoring, configuration drift tracking and enforcement features coupled with risk correlation scoring using meeting behavior data. For example, an alert and remediation option can be automatically generated if a positive setting like requiring authentication is changed. A higher risk score and alert can be upgraded for immediate escalation in real time for action if, for example, that authentication setting is changed, and an application desktop is shared in a Zoom meeting where unknown or unauthenticated users are present. Additionally, Zoom administrators can use MRM to generate reports on configuration changes over time to understand configuration drift and provide audit reports for security and governance.
Building on that baseline security posture configuration view, administrators can then expand their visibility into risk scoring of historical meeting data to determine if security settings and high-level meeting attributes have resulted in potential risky scenarios, assess frequency and types of risk that may be occurring, and get real-time meeting risk visibility that keeps the full privacy of the meeting content intact.
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