The Security section allows owners and admins to setup certain authentication and settings for users on the account. These options include password restrictions, restricting sign-in methods, as well as other user profile settings.
Note: For security settings related to meeting passwords, you can change account settings.
This article goes over:
- Pro, Business, Education, or Enterprise account
- Account owner, admin, or user with a role that has security privileges
Accessing security settings
To Access the Security Features:
- Sign in to the Zoom web portal.
- In the navigation menu, click Advanced then Security.
- Basic Password Requirement: These are the password requirements for a Zoom login password. These settings can not be changed and only affect Zoom specific passwords, all other authentication methods will still use their own password requirements.
- Enhanced Password Rules: Allow you to force extra requirements for your users’ passwords including:
- Have a minimum password length: The password length can be increased from a minimum of 8 characters, up to 14 characters.
- Have at least 1 special character (!, @, #...): Requires a special character in the password.
- Password expires automatically and needs to be changed after the specified number of days: Allows you to set an expiration date on passwords, forcing users to create a new password when it expires. This can be set for 30, 60, 90, or 120 days.
- Users cannot reuse any password used in the previous number of times: Forces users to not reuse an older password that has been used within the set number of passwords created previously. This number can range from 3-12 previous passwords created.
- Users can change their password a maximum number of times every 24 hours: Locks how many times a user can change their password in a 24 hour period. It can be set from 3 to 8 times.
- Only account admin can change users' name, profile picture, sign-in email, and host key: Select the check boxes to only allow you to change users' names, profile picture, sign-in email, and host key.
- Only account admin can change Licensed users' Personal Meeting ID and Personal Link Name: Only allow you to change Licensed users' PMI and personal link name.
- Allow importing of photos from the photo library on the user's device: Allows you to enable or disable the ability for users to upload photos from their mobile device for their profile picture.
- Hide billing information from administrators: Overrides the Billing Role Management options set for the default Admin role, and locks out Admin access to the Billing section of the account.
Note: The Owner, and any other user with Billing privileges in their Role can still access the Billing section.
- Users need to sign in again after a period of inactivity: Forces automatic logout of users in the Web portal and/or Desktop client after a set amount of time:
- Web Portal can be set for a preset range of 10 to 120 minutes.
- Zoom Client can be set for a preset range of 5 to 120 minutes.
- User need to input Host Key to claim host role with the length of: Allows the setting of the required length of the host key, can be set within the range of 6-10 digits.
- Use 2-step verification with Google Authenticator: Enable two-factor authentication for users.
- Allow users to sign in with Single Sign-On (SSO): This will allow users to sign in with SSO through your company's vanity URL.
Note: If you have a Managed Domain enabled on your account, you can also force users to use SSO if they are signing in with that specified domain.
- Allow users to sign in with Google: This will allow users to sign in with Google login method.
Note: If you have a Managed Domain enabled on your account, you can also force users to sign in via Google if they are signing in with that specified domain.
- Allow users to sign in with Facebook: This will allow users to sign in using the Facebook login method.