Lock It Down: How to Keep Your Zoom Meetings Safe and Secure

Zoom is one of the most popular virtual meeting platforms to emerge during the COVID-19 pandemic. By the end of February 2020, Zoom announced that the company had already added 2.2 million users, compared to 1.99 million. On the daily, Zoom averages roughly 300 million participants in its meetings. And as its popularity continues to grow among home-schooling learning pods and large companies, it has started to attract an entirely different subset of people such as hackers, seeking to test and exploit the platform’s vulnerabilities. While these types of interferences are simply one of the harsh realities of the virtual world, we can do our best to combat these issues by staying vigilant about online safety and security. In this blog post, I will highlight three major ways you can keep your Zoom meetings safe, secure, and engaging.

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