OKTA, the top independent identity provider, has introduced a new identity verification tool for Zoom meetings that makes use of Okta to validate a conference attendee's identity by email (E2EE). By using this identity authentication and attestation, which is enabled by Okta, you may determine for yourself whether a meeting participant is who they claim to be.
All of Zoom's paid users have access to Okta Authentication for E2EE. In the Security tab of the Zoom Web Portal, account administrators for Zoom can enable Okta Authentication for E2EE. A meeting participant can authorise sharing of their identify by turning on the feature in their personal settings after the Zoom account admin has enabled it.
Check out the press release at https://www.cxotoday.com/press-release/okta-announces-new-identity-verification-feature-for-zoom-video-conferencing-and-collaboration/ to learn more.