Zoom Adds Two-factor Authentication Available for all Users uniccms, uniccshopvc

Zoom announced Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) for all users that let admins and organizations prevent security breaches & data thefts.
The 2FA brings an additional security layer to the authentication process, blocking attackers from taking control of meetings by guessing the password or using compromised credentials.
Zoom offers a range of authentication methods such as SAML, OAuth, and/or password-based authentication, which can be individually enabled or disabled for an account.
To enable Zoom’s 2FA at the account-level for password-based authentication, account admins should take the following steps:
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