Cyber-Attacks: How to Protect Yourself and your Clients During Virtual Sessions
April 3, 2020
Suddenly, virtual meetings are everywhere. We’re using them for work, for school, for exercise, and to socialize during the coronavirus pandemic. But privacy experts are saying there could be a darker side to the up-tick in usage – more cyber-attacks.
Zoom, in particular, is finding itself under scrutiny for data privacy and security concerns over the last few days.
On Monday, the FBI’s Boston field office warned of a surge in “Zoom-bombing,” the practice of unwanted guests intruding on video meetings for malicious purposes, after two schools were affected.
Here are some tips to protect your next Zoom videoconferencing event, from Zoom
, the FBI
, and Consumer Reports
If you experience any issues using ZOOM, you can submit feedback to the company here
New to using zoom? Here are a few tutorials:
Not yet a member of your professional association? Learn more
on how to become one.