By now, you’ve likely heard horror stories about the rampant “Zoombombing” that happened at the start of the pandemic, where intruders crashed Zoom meetings and broadcast inappropriate content to attendees.
When preparing for online meetings, most of us think about agendas and lighting, but we really need to think about privacy too. Meetings, by their very nature, contain vital and private information that you don’t want just anyone to see. Thankfully, there are steps you can take to ensure your team and data are protected.
Here are 15 ways you can ensure you don’t become the next victim of a Zoombombing—as well as keep your data safe from prying eyes.
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