Zoom security consultant on company's plan to address privacy concerns
As more people begin using video conference software Zoom to communicate during the pandemic, the platform is facing privacy and security concerns. The company recently announced a 90-day plan to address the issues, including hiring a number of privacy experts such as Alex Stamos, who formerly served as the chief security officer at Facebook. Stamos joins "Squawk Box" to discuss his role with the company and plan to secure the platform.
Fri, Apr 17 20209:34 AM EDT