EXCLUSIVE-Zoom Has Joined Tech Industry Counterterrorism Group

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GIFCT was created in 2017 under pressure from U.S.
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Brent Stephens, superintendent of Berkeley Unified School District, told Reuters the teacher involved in the Zoom incident Tuesday had been trained on security measures and appeared to have used them.
But an imposter gained access to the waiting room using a pseudonym close enough to a real name to trick the teacher, who removed the intruder and reported the incident.

"Zoom has some important work to do in core application security, cryptographic design and infrastructure security, and I'm looking forward to working with Zoom's engineering teams on those projects," Stamos, now an adjunct professor at Stanford University, wrote in a blog post website on Wednesday.

Coronavirus lockdowns have driven a surge in Zoom usage, even as concerns have grown over its lack of end-to-end encryption of meeting sessions, routing of traffic through China and "zoombombing," when uninvited guests crash meetings.

UK profit fell from £130 million to £34 million in the period and the results came after Dixons Carphone warned in August over a Brexit profit hit as the soaring cost of new mobile phones means people are holding on to older models for longer.

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Zoom Video Communications Inc, which saw usage explode during the COVID-19 pandemic but has faced slowing growth website in recent months, has come under scrutiny over how to police content and abuses on its platform.

In a stark illustration of Zoom's security issues, officials at Berkeley High School in California said they suspended use of the app after a "naked adult male using racial slurs" intruded on what the school said was a password-protected meeting on Zoom, according to a letter to parents seen by Reuters.

In July, the organization expanded the scope website of its hash-sharing database to include attacker manifestos and other publications and URLs flagged by the United Nations initiative Tech Against Terrorism.

But she added that the entire district was putting Zoom on pause for at least "a few days" to consider how to use and train for video-conferencing. A Berkeley school district spokeswoman said it was possible a password had been shared, allowing the intrusion.

Dec 15 (Reuters) - Video-conferencing platform Zoom has joined a counterterrorism organization formed by major U.S.
tech companies including Meta Platforms Inc, formerly known as Facebook, and Microsoft Corp, the group said on Wednesday.

That led to the platform's founder and Chief Executive Officer Eric Yuan asking him to weigh in as an outside consultant. In a series of tweets website in late March, Stamos called on Zoom to be more transparent and roll out a 30-day security plan.

These ranged from abuses like "zoombombing," where uninvited users crashed others' calls to share hate speech and racist, violent or pornographic content, to decisions like its cancellation of a virtual event featuring Leila Khaled, a member of a Palestinian group on the U.S.

April 8 (Reuters) - Zoom Video Communications Inc has tapped former Facebook security chief Alex Stamos as an adviser as safety and privacy concerns about its fast-growing video-conferencing app drive a global backlash against the company.

(Reporting by Akanksha Rana and Supantha Mukherjee in Bengaluru, Stephen Nellis in San Francisco; Additional reporting to Raphael Satter in Washington; Editing by Peter Henderson, Marguerita Choy abd Tom Brown) Zoom, which competes with Microsoft's Teams and Cisco's Webex, has seen daily users jump to 200 million from 10 million and the stock surged to a record high in March.

To address security concerns, Zoom has embarked on a 90-day plan website and has formed a CISO Council, which includes chief information security officers of HSBC, NTT Data, Procore and Ellie Mae, to discuss about privacy, security and technology issues.

It said membership was not contingent on a company's revenue. GIFCT also said on Wednesday it has designed a new membership structure based on company revenue, with suggested annual contributions ranging from $0 to $1 million.