Since coronavirus-related lockdown measures were enforced, Zoom has fast become the most used video conferencing platform by businesses worldwide. It permits up to 100 participants and is accessible to just about everyone. But as a result of this widespread use of the Zoom platform, organizations face a new challenge to contend with – “Zoom-bombing”.
Zoom-bombing occurs when an individual joins a meeting uninvited – often with bad intentions. All the culprit needs is your meeting link and they’re in. They may try to disguise as an employee by concealing their identity and changing their display name.
While this may seem like a bit lighthearted fun on the surface, Zoom-bombing can have more serious implications for your business. Disrupting important meetings is only the beginning. It can also compromise confidential information in severe cases.
We’ve put together a step-by-step guide that will help protect your business and employees from Zoom-bombing. If you’re a regular Zoom meeting host, this handy manual is for you. Download it for free below.
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