There are two key concepts that you can implement to protect your Zoom meetings from unwanted intrusions.
- Set a password for all of your Zoom meetings (this is the UNI default setting).
- Don’t publish your Zoom meetings on social media or other public locations. Even if you set a password for your meeting, the Zoom-generated link for the meeting has the password embedded and is all an intruder needs to access your meeting.
Other settings, like waiting rooms and locking your meeting when all are present, can also help increase the security of your meeting, but possibly at the expense of slowing down meeting start-up and making it difficult for invited late-comers to gain access to the meeting.