In March 2020, the global workforce began a large-scale migration from offices to home, and many organizations used video conference services like Zoom, GoToMeeting, and Cisco WebEx to conduct virtual meetings. In fact, according to litigation involving Zoom Communications, Inc., “the number of daily meeting participants across Zoom’s services has increased from 10 million at the end of 2019 to 200 million” by mid-April 2020.
These meetings, which are often recorded, can contain sensitive data: healthcare, financials, or intellectual property discussions, for example. It’s not always clear where these recordings are housed, and people may forget that they exist. These recordings create a new threat vector that Spirion can help manage.
The Problem That Spirion Solves
Using Spirion to locate and protect conference recordings:
- Advances compliance with a range of data protection laws
- Assists in protecting intellectual propertyl such as trade secrets and privileged or confidential communications
- Minimizes the prospect of having to report losing these recordings as part of a sensitive data breach