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COVID-19, cyber security of videoconferencing systems

These are challenging times. Over the last two months, the COVID-19 pandemic has affected all aspects of our lives and our business. 

Take a moment to consider it, and you will realise:

  • You are locked down at home
  • You are working differently
  • You are shopping differently
  • You are interacting differently

Now, think about all your employees. They are spending hours interacting daily with other parties in a virtual world, made possible by platforms like Skype, Zoom, Microsoft Teams, WebEx, and others.

Criminals are scouring these applications to find vulnerabilities, gain an edge, and make their move into your network. The video conferencing and collaboration tools were “nice to have” earlier and have become a “must-have” today. Not surprisingly,  Zoom is facing much of the scrutiny due to its vast popularity. Some of these issues, if used with malicious intent, can aid in causing a large security breach.

BondiVideo works on your private serve, under your control and only approved users can open rooms and allow other parties to join, always under your control.

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