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“Zoom Fails” Aren’t Amusing When It’s Proprietary Data that’s Revealed

Virtual meeting solutions present a serious quandary for security-first organizations. As instant multimedia communication enablers, Zoom, Microsoft Team, Google Meet and similar solutions are key – even essential – tools for streamlining work.

But as unregulated web apps, they provide vast opportunity for data exposure and spread, via video, screenshares, chat and recordings, as well as channels for malicious content delivery to endpoints and networks.


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The Benefits of Virtual Meetings, Without the Risk

Now security-first organizations can offer their users the simple, high-quality interactive meeting experiences they’ve grown to expect, while maintaining rigorous Zero Trust control of what can be shared – and what can’t.

When users open their meeting, Ericom Virtual Meeting Isolation (VMI) executes it in an isolated environment in the Ericom Global Cloud. Policy-based controls restrict feature availability for each meeting, how each user can participate as well which data can be shared, and how. To protect PII and other sensitive data, data loss prevention (DLP) may be applied.


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Prevent Malware Infiltration via Virtual Meetings

Intentionally or unawares, users might deliver malware via virtual meetings. Malicious links and weaponized images and files might be sent via chat or embedded in meeting recordings. IP addresses exposed in the apps offer attractive attack surfaces.

Ericom VMI isolates all website code in the cloud. Only safe rendering data reaches users’ regular browsers, where they interact just as they would with the native web code. Endpoint IPs are cloaked from user view to further protect networks. Attached files and images are scrubbed using content disarm and reconstruct (CDR) to ensure that only safe content reaches the user device.


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