Security for your online event is a big consideration for both you and your attendees. Each of the platforms we use (Microsoft Teams, Webex Webinar, and Zoom Webinar) all have built in security features.
Microsoft Teams is designed using the Microsoft Trustworthy Computing Security Development Lifecycle (SDL). Microsoft says that whilst it’s impossible to design a product to resist all future security threats, as these are not yet known, Microsoft Teams incorporates industry standard security standards at its foundation.
Webex Webinar’s security is built in, not bolted on. Your events will stream on encrypted channels and have up to date privacy features. There are also built-in compliance options depending on your location and your industry.
Zoom Webinar uses 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), with optional end-to-end encryption. There are controls you can choose to increase security along with waiting rooms, screen share watermarks, passcodes, and many others.