Working, teaching, and learning away from the MIT campus poses new risks to securing information. IS&T recommends that community members follow these best practices when engaging in activities remotely to help reduce the chance of the information and data you handle at MIT being compromised.
MIT Webex users now have the option to use end-to-end encryption for meetings requiring a higher level of security.
MIT does not recommend allowing attendees to join any Zoom session without requiring either Touchstone authentication or a meeting password.
Based on widespread feedback from the MIT community, IS&T has secured an enterprise license for Zoom. To learn how to get started with Zoom in education, register for this webinar.