At CRC HQ, we’re now using Microsoft Teams for most meetings, but if your teleconferencing tool of choice is Zoom, follow WIRED’s tips to ensure you don’t compromise participants’ privacy – or risk giving others access to potentially valuable IP.
With social distancing in place around the world, more and more of us are communicating via video conferencing – and millions of people are doing so using Zoom. Though the company claims it’s improved its security features, there’s still some cause for concern, with drop-in trollers and unsolicited snooping presenting potential problems for users and their IP.
That said, there are a number of settings you can use to boost privacy and security in Zoom meetings, from using new ID numbers for every meeting to enabling a virtual ‘waiting room’ that means every participant must wait to be ‘invited in’ by the meeting’s host.
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Source: Keep Zoom chats private and secure I WIRED magazine