3 Reasons Why Open Dialogue on Cybersecurity is Vital for Educators in the Distance Learning Era

Students and teachers may be back in school now, but things are not as they were before. That is especially true when it comes to today’s substantially heavier reliance on technology to stay connected. Although schools are adapting to the new normal of remote learning, so are cyber attackers who are taking advantage of the status quo. The prevalence of third-party technology vendors presents ample opportunity for threat actors to infiltrate these systems and exploit their security flaws, especially given the reliance on collaboration applications, which have proven to be less hardened. Morphisec Labs researchers discovered one such flaw in the Zoom application that enabled threat actors to record Zoom sessions unbeknownst to participants.

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