Zoom and New York Attorney General Letitia James have agreed to a deal that promises the teleconference platform will increase its privacy and security measures, The Hill reports. As part of the deal, Zoom will add separate programs for risk assessment and data security in addition to other changes that a Zoom spokesperson said were "completed as part of our 90-day security and privacy plan." The agreement comes a day after the New York Department of Education reinstated the use of Zoom. Meanwhile, Zoom has acquired encryption startup Keybase.
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