C-Level Web-Conferencing Best Practices

C-Level Web-Conferencing Best Practices

As the whole world goes into a deep and speedy phase of digital transformation, cloud, and online service, there has been an excessive reliance on web conferencing services for remote work meetings. As with all trends, cybercriminals take this as an opportunity to target this large group of individuals.

Target – Remote work organizations all across the globe


  1. Zoom bombing
  2. Malicious Links in Chats
  3. Stolen Meeting links
  4. Malware or Zero-Day attacks
  5. Eavesdropping or “snooping” from uninvited guests
  6. Compromise of sensitive information
  7. Breached credentials & account hacking

Meeting Host Best Practices:

  •  Keep a check on attendees to dismiss unknown ones.
  •  Password protect meetings + Unique IDs (sent separately on different mediums) .
  •  Use waiting room features.
  •  Don’t allow participants to record by default
  •  Ensure meeting Software is being updated with latest version and patches
  •  Lock meetings once all participants have joined.
  •  Ensure employees get proper training on secure usage of meetings
  •  Avoid using free services, get an executive-level service with all the features.
  •  Disable file transfer features within the chat.
  •  Mute participants where their audio participation is not required
  •  Only enable video conferencing when required
  •  At the end remember to Leave meeting

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