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How to Protect Your Zoom Meetings

Monday, March 30, 2020

University IT is seeing an increase in Stanford Zoom meeting abuse while also hearing news of “Zoombomber” incidents both here and at other institutions where interlopers have disrupted virtual events. 

Stanford University has already implemented a number of default controls to improve the security of our Zoom sessions. And there’s more that you can do to further refine these settings based on your usage. 

We‘ve created How to Protect Your Zoom Meetings, a web guide designed to help you get familiar with Zoom meeting settings and configure them to best protect your meeting and classroom space. 

The guide also offers tips to help you use Zoom’s in-meeting controls to effectively manage participants and regain control should an intruder invade your Zoom session.

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