Zoom Adds Ex-Trump Adviser, Tech Lobbyist into PR Push

Zoom Video Communications on Wednesday Appointed former White House National Security Adviser HR McMaster to its Own Board and hired the policy chief of one of the tech world’s big lobby groups to drive Political relations as it poured more money into improving its Picture on security.
Jonathan Kallmer, who takes over as head of Global Public Policy and Government Relations in the firm as it fights complaints regarding security and privacy whilst consumer amounts surge, was most recently executive vice president for policy in the Information Technology Industry Council, which represents major technology companies.
McMaster, a former army lieutenant general, was President Donald Trump’s national security advisor for just over 12 weeks in 2017 and 2018 before resigning and retiring in the army.
As schools and corporations change to remote work and countless individuals are subject to stay-at-home orders seek ways to stay linked, Zoom has observed daily participants onto its own video discussions delve into the hundreds of millions.
Additionally, it has experienced a backlash as the increased use of vulnerable privacy and security flaws.
Last month, the business hired former Facebook security chief Alex Stamos as the public face of a crack team aimed at quelling the row.

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