Zoombombing and Other Tricks

Interhack founder C. Matthew Curtin joins 10TV's Brittany Bailey for a discussion of videoconference security in light of recent and unrelenting reports of "Zoombombing."

Curtin identifies several threats to online conference security and privacy, features available to avoid unpleasant surprises, and how to make the most of what capabilities exist.

People across the world have rapidly adopted videoconference technology for their daily work, school, and personal lives. Rapid adoption, limited feature sets, and optimization for ease over security work together to make targeting victims easy for attackers.

Curtin talks about new features and strategies for keeping information and people safe in the era of Internet videoconferences.

About Brittany Bailey

Brittany Bailey joined 10TV as a reporter in May 2019. She is finally returning home after two decades away, exploring various parts of the country. She grew up in Newark and graduated from Licking Valley High School. She went on to earn a degree from the Medill School of Journalism (Medill Mafia!) at Northwestern University (Go Wildcats!).

About Interhack

Interhack is a Columbus-based firm that began as a privacy and security research group in 1997. Incorporating in 2000, Interhack now has a nationwide practice in cybersecurity and forensic computing. The firm is online at web.interhack.com.