Expert Advise On What Can Businesses Do To Combat ‘Zoombombing’?

COVID-19 has driven the global workforce to examine some of the longest-held aspects of workplace culture – working in a physical office. Recently, many businesses have been encouraging employees to work from home to safeguard business continuity. As such, businesses are relying on video conferencing tools more than ever. However as use of and reliance upon these tools has surged, the issue of whether we can we trust them, and if they are really secure, remains.

Recent reports have shown a series of “Zoombombing” incidents, in which unwanted guests have joined in on open calls – often with ill intent.

Bharat Mistry, Principal Security Strategist ,  Trend Micro
April 03, 2020
The good news is that there are several things you can do to mitigate the security risks associated with Zoom.
Although not alone in being targeted, Zoom has been the subject of some of the highest-profile incidents so far this year. Fortunately, there are things you can do to keep your business safe. It’s all about taking advantage of unsecure settings in the app, (and possibly using brute-force tools to crack meeting IDs). With access to a meeting, hackers could harvest highly sensitive and/or mark ....
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