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Checklist to make your next ZOOM video call secure

We all know that the easiest solution in communication is also always the most widely used.

No one wants to use overly complicated tools for a quick call on the last minute urgency at work, right?
Now the most widely used means that can be targeted widely too by scammers.
It is time to sit back, and add another level of security to the most popular tool for communications in this pandemic era.

The pro tips to enhance security on zoom



-Add safety procedures in the description of the meeting room

-View and admit participants

-Don’t Use Personal Meeting ID for Public Meetings

-Require a Password to Join

-Only Allow Registered or Domain Verified Users


-Lock the Meeting once all the attendees have arrived

-Enable waiting room

-Manage participants

-Control screen sharing or turn it off. No one wants to be interrupted by a Zoom Bomber while presenting the latest feature of a software release, right? This option can be accessed from the new "Security" tab in active sessions.

-Disable private chat

-Turn off annotations

-Mute participants upon entry

-Disable file transfer: if users that you don't recognize are sending content across, as it may be malicious.

A dedicated security tab has also been introduced to streamline the process of changing security settings for hosts and meeting attendees.


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