We’ve all heard the horror stories of virtual events and sessions being hijacked (often referred to as zoombombing) by someone acting inappropriate and gaining access to attendees emails with detrimental consequences.
In Charity Digital News article, on how to keep your virtual events secure, they explain the simple steps you as the organiser can take to ensure your preventing unwanted visitors from jumping onto the virtual event big or small.
- Locking your virtual event 5 minutes after participants have entered the virtual event,
- Using meeting identification and passwords to gain entry once participants have registered,
- Restrict screen sharing,
- Remove the Zoom option for participants to re-join the event if they have been removed by the host,
- Virtual management programmes and software.
To read the full article click here.
Source: Charity Digital News