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Zoom Leads the Way with Post-Quantum Encryption! 🚀

In a groundbreaking move, Zoom has become the first UCaaS company to offer post-quantum end-to-end encryption (E2EE) for video conferencing. This new feature is designed to safeguard data against potential future threats from quantum computers capable of breaking current cryptographic methods. Leveraging Kyber 768, a quantum-resistant key encapsulation mechanism, Zoom ensures that your meetings are secure even from future quantum threats.


This advancement places Zoom at the forefront of cybersecurity, joining other tech giants like Apple and Signal in adopting quantum-resistant algorithms. While we may still be years away from practical quantum computers, the proactive measures taken by Zoom and others highlight the importance of staying ahead in the ever-evolving landscape of digital security.


Learn more about this exciting development and its implications for the future of secure communication: [Zoom adds 'post-quantum' encryption for video conferencing](


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