As we all transition into working from home and holding meetings via Zoom and other video chat services, please make note of the following to help secure your information.
What is Zoombombing?
A new form of trolling in which hackers use Zoom’s screensharing feature to interrupt meetings and sessions.
Things to do from the host’s end to ensure it doesn’t happen:
- Require a password when scheduling new meetings
- Require a password for instant meetings
- Require a password for Personal Meeting ID (PMI)
- Disable desktop/screen share for users (Require attendees to ask permission to share their screen)
- Disable “File Transfer” so there’s no digital virus sharing
- Disable “Allow Removed Participants to Rejoin” so booted attendees can’t slip back in
This information can also be found on the TrojanSecure Website – Zoombombing