Symphony claims its new video tool uses an encryption technology previously only used to keep top-level government and military communications secret. Photo: SCMP Pictures Symphony claims its new video tool uses an encryption technology previously only used to keep top-level government and military communications secret. Photo: SCMP Pictures
Symphony claims its new video tool uses an encryption technology previously only used to keep top-level government and military communications secret. Photo: SCMP Pictures

Symphony to launch videoconference tool for finance executives homebound by Covid-19 pandemic and weary of Zoom’s security troubles

  • California-based Symphony will target financial institutions with its ‘secure and end-to-end encrypted’ videoconference platform
  • Eric Yuan, founder and CEO of Zoom, which has seen a surge in use amid coronavirus lockdown, apologised via a blog post on April 1 for its software’s privacy and security shortcomings

Topic |   Goldman Sachs
Symphony claims its new video tool uses an encryption technology previously only used to keep top-level government and military communications secret. Photo: SCMP Pictures Symphony claims its new video tool uses an encryption technology previously only used to keep top-level government and military communications secret. Photo: SCMP Pictures
Symphony claims its new video tool uses an encryption technology previously only used to keep top-level government and military communications secret. Photo: SCMP Pictures
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