On June 28, 2018, the California Consumer Protection Act of 2018 (CCPA) was signed into law and took effect on January 1, 2020.TeamViewer is committed to CCPA compliance and data privacy. Learn more about TeamViewer and CCPA in this article.
Learn more about how to remove the TeamViewer application from devices of unauthorized users and block the use of the free version in the corporate network
Learn more about the auditability feature which provides you with information necessary for your audits and protects your business against abusive claims by showing the track of activities.
Learn more about how to keep track of the devices and IP addresses that you have trusted. Learn also how administrators can view all of the company's Trusted Devices and easily remove them in an emergency case.
Learn more about the security mechanisms Apple has introduced with macOS 10.14 and strengthens with macOS 10.15 (Catalina), which requires special access to be granted to remote-control applications like TeamViewer.
Learn more about which apps you can use for the two-factor authentication and what you can do, if you have problems generating correct security codes for two-factor authentication.