Zoom can now tell you if your meeting is at risk of attack


Video conferencing tool Zoom has announced the release of two new security features to help participants remove meeting intruders, as well as revealing one of its most important internal security tools. Unfortunately, for some individuals, the answer to the question, What is Zoom? is that it is a method of disrupting company meetings.

The new security features should limit opportunities for so-called “Zoombombing” attacks in the future. The first lets hosts temporarily pause their meeting and remove disruptive participants. By clicking “Suspend Participant Activities,” all meeting features will cease, including screen sharing, recording and Breakout Rooms.




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