Learn how to prevent your online meeting from getting hijacked. Join us over lunch on Wednesday, April 21 for expert tips on cyber safety.
Zoom and other online video conferencing platforms have become indispensable tools as millions of people now work from home and even socialize remotely. But, a growing number of so-called Zoom-bombing incidents have prompted warnings from security agencies in the United States and Canada.
People participating in meetings and events online can find their screens hijacked by malicious actors who can put words and images on the screen and in the chat box or create havoc with the audio.
Join us on April 21 for a panel discussion with a top-notch team of cyber security experts. They'll share their tips for keeping your online meetings and social events safe and secure. Invaluable advice as we all learn how to remotely navigate our way through a global pandemic.
Join us. Ask questions. Learn about our Zoom-bomb experience. What we did and what we wish we knew then. (P.S. We're still using Zoom!)