- 2FA makes Zoom video-conferencing accounts harder for hackers to compromise
- Users given option of app-based or SMS-based 2FA
- Admins can set 2FA policy for different user groups
We’ve said it once, we’ve said it twice, we’ve said it one hundred times.
Hardening the security of your accounts with two-factor authentication (2FA) can dramatically reduce their chances of being hacked.
If you think that it’s enough to protect an online account with just a username and password then you’re missing the fact that: