Zoom achieves new global security standards for core products with ISMAP registration
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Updated on June 21, 2022
Published on October 01, 2020
Oct. 1 marks the start of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. This year, with many of us working remotely, we wanted to provide information on how you can stay secure online - no matter where you are.
We’ve collected some best practices for people working from home to help keep up good online security and avoid preventable breaches.
Here are a few tips to help you keep your device secure and prevent unauthorized access:
Although your physical device may be safe, hackers and unauthorized parties can still access the data on your device through various cyberattacks. Here are a few tips to protect your data:
Zoom provides a number of features to help you keep your meetings secure and confidential no matter where you are working. You can find a number of these features in your account settings to help secure your meetings before they even begin.
For starters, we always recommend enabling passcodes for your meetings, so only those with the passcode they received in the meeting invite can join. You should also disable Join Before Host, so the meeting won’t start without the host present. Additionally, never share your meeting ID or passcode on social media or other online platforms.
And here a few in-meeting security features you can find under the Security Icon to help you host secure meetings:
To learn more about how Zoom provides secure, reliable meetings for remote teams, sign up for a 1-on-1 demo with a Zoom specialist today!