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How to protect yourself from Zoom bombing

More and more people have been working from home and using the Zoom meeting to stay in business. Many incidents happened to Zoom users all over the world. Hackers gain access to a Zoom meeting and attempt to disrupt their video session and upset participants by shouting or racial slurs or putting offensive images on their video screen. It wasn’t a technological weakness in the Zoom app that allowed these events to occur. It was a matter of the host not knowing all the advanced features they can use to prevent hackers from hijacking. Let me walk you through those simple six settings you can implement immediately so that you can protect yourself from zoom bombing.


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Osamu Wakabayashi

Web Design Consultant for Nonprofits
He is all about helping nonprofit organizations leverage the power of the internet and do more things online so that they can grow their business. He led Ottawa UI/UX Meetup group with over 2,000 members to promote web designer communities in Canada. He is currently the organizer for Web for nonprofits Meetup group with over 200 nonprofit professionals and leaders in Ottawa.