Zoom for Government was specifically created to meet security requirements established by the Federal Government. It is designed for agencies across the three branches of government, national public institutions, branches of the U.S. Armed Forces, state and local governments, and approved contractors that collaborate with federal agencies.
Most commercial organizations don’t require the certifications and authorizations native to Zoom for Government. For them, Zoom’s commercial Zoom platform comes with a security-first architecture that helps keep all organizations safe. It includes the same strong 256-bit AES-GCM encryption as Zoom for Government.
Whether you’re a federal employee or an everyday professional, all versions of Zoom are designed to enable seamless and secure collaboration, prioritizing users’ privacy, security, and experience, all in one platform.
To learn more about Zoom for Government, get details on our Zoom for Government page, find us on the FedRAMP Marketplace, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Editor’s note: This blog post was edited on Aug. 3, 2021, to include the most up-to-date information on Zoom encryption.