How Theta Lake’s Zoom Meetings Risk Manager helps regulated businesses avoid huge fines caused by inappropriately configured Zoom settings
Zoom “Posture Monitoring” might conjure up Orwellian images of health and safety officers surveilling staff via their webcams, lest they slump off their chairs.
But posture monitoring has nothing to do with staff surveillance. Instead, it refers to Zoom settings and how they change (or “drift”) over time.
That’s important. The wrong Zoom settings can lay businesses open to severe security and regulatory vulnerabilities – and multimillion dollar compliance fines for some. Certain well-known, long-established Wall Street institutions were fined $200m recently for financial regulatory breaches caused by inappropriate UC usage.
Worryingly, “Zoom Drift” is hard to detect
Zoom provides powerful insights and flexibility into its settings management. But changes to how settings are configured over time are not tracked. Nor can administrators view settings easily and correlate them to likely future risky behaviours.
So, Zoom settings configurations drift.
Just a simple software update may inadvertently switch off automatic call recording or allow unknown users to join Zoom calls without 2FA.
How Theta Lake’s Zoom Meetings Risk Manager helps
AI powered UC regulatory compliance platform, Theta Lake, has a crucial shareholder: Zoom. The resultant relationship has enabled deep collaboration between the two businesses.
The upshot is that Zoom Administrators can sleep more easily at night, because Theta Lake Zoom Meetings Risk Manager provides: –