After taking all the heat for not being secure, in the last couple of weeks, Zoom has [finally] succeeded in adding end-to-end encryption for groups. What this means is that, if researchers verify that this feature is actually working (and it seems it is), this would instantly propel Zoom into being one of the most secure solutions for online meetings of any kind, video or otherwise. Note that enabling this feature in your Settings tab will disable certain other capabilities — like join before host, cloud recording, streaming, live transcription, Breakout Rooms, polling, and meeting reactions. (Many will miss the breakout room feature. Bummer. But hey – we should have known.) Learn more at