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Zoom: Security Recommendations
Last Updated 3 years ago

Zoom-bombing [zoom-bom-ing]: gerund/noun (1) the act of intruding on a web meeting and behaving mischievously or disruptively.

As the use of videoconferencing and web meetings has increased, and with the rising popularity of Zoom, “zoombombings” have received a lot of attention. Without adequate security measures, unwanted visitors can easily join an online meeting and disrupt the meeting or even collect unauthorized information. This document provides recommendations on how to safeguard your Zoom meetings from uninvited guests and disruptions.

Read Zoom: Security Recommendations.

Additional information and recommendations can be found at the Zoom Security Resource Guide or the The Zoom Learning Center.

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