Zoom Conference Security

As people around the world have taken to reducing physical contact to counter the spread of the novel coronavirus, the use of Internet-based videoconference systems has surged. Now people face a surprising attack commonly known as "Zoombombing."

Interhack founder C. Matthew Curtin discusses "zoombombing" on Spectrum News, addressing the threat of interruptions to videoconferences, strategies for preventing interruptions, and other security concerns that arise from online videoconferencing.

In addition to the interruption from these party crashers, videoconference systems also have additional security concerns, where contents might not be as private as the users expect.

Curtin highlights strategies for preventing unexpected surprises as the world expects to continue using such systems for the foreseeable future.

About Interhack

Interhack Corporation is a Columbus-based cybersecurity and computer expert firm. Its nationwide practice helps organizations to make use of technology rather than to become used by it. The firm is online at web.interhack.com.