Zoom Users Turn to StrikeForce’s Privacy Protection Software to Protect Video Conferencing and Confidential Information


Reading time ( words)

StrikeForce Technologies, Inc. announces that Zoom users are installing Strikeforce’s Privacy Protection Suite, aka GuardedID and MobileTrust, to protect their Zoom video conferencing sessions and stored confidential information.

“The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed how people and businesses now communicate,”  says Mark L. Kay, CEO of StrikeForce. “Video conferencing services i.e. Zoom, Webex, Skype, GotoMeeting and join.me have emerged as the defacto-replacement for face-to-face meetings. However, hackers are now targeting these users by leveraging pandemic news articles, emails, phishing, vishing and texting schemes, all designed to trick a remote worker to silently download keylogging malware onto their computer or mobile device,” says Kay.

“That’s why we are so excited about our reseller Cyber ID Guard,” says Kay, as soon as Zoom bombing made the news. “Cyber ID Guard immediately started to inform Zoom users that there’s a very affordable solution to help prevent this from happening,” says Kay, “And when I spoke with Chuck Crabb, the CEO of Cyber ID Guard over the weekend, he said that the phones were ringing off the hook for our Privacy Protection Suite. With tens of millions of new video conferencing users in harms way, we plan on doing everything that we can to help protect them, while increasing revenues for StrikeForce.”

“Hackers are relentless; once they get their keylogging malware onto your device they can instantely steal your login credentials for Zoom and Zoom-Bomb you during your next meeting. The hackers' keylogging malware also steals your devices login credentials, your company’s VPN login, as well as anything you type on your computer or mobile device keyboard. That’s why our patented Privacy Protection Suite is so important, it protects every keystoke you type.”

“As we all navigate these unchartered waters, please know that all of you are in our hearts & prayers.  We will overcome this pandemic and be stronger afterwards. If there’s anything that we can do to make life easier for you right now, please do not hesitate to reach out to StrikeForce, or, even myself as the CEO of StrikeForce. Remember to wash your hands thoroughly several times a day and Stay Safe!”

Share

Print


Suggested Items

How to Dismantle a Nuclear Bomb

10/01/2019 | Peter Dizikes, MIT News Office
How do weapons inspectors verify that a nuclear bomb has been dismantled? An unsettling answer is: They don’t, for the most part. When countries sign arms reduction pacts, they do not typically grant inspectors complete access to their nuclear technologies, for fear of giving away military secrets.

Mission Teams Prepare for Critical Days

02/08/2016 | ESA
Moments after Sentinel-3A separates from its rocket, a team of European mission control specialists will assume control, shepherding the newMoments after Sentinel-3A separates from its rocket, a team of European mission control specialists will assume control, shepherding the new spacecraft through its critical first days in space. spacecraft through its critical first days in space.

Fortifying Computer Chips for Space Travel

09/08/2015 | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Space is cold, dark, and lonely. Deadly, too, if any one of a million things goes wrong on your spaceship. It's certainly no place for a computer chip to fail, which can happen due to the abundance of radiation bombarding a craft. Worse, ever-shrinking components on microprocessors make computers more prone to damage from high-energy radiation like protons from the sun or cosmic rays from beyond our galaxy.



Copyright © 2020 I-Connect007. All rights reserved.