You know what photobombing is, right? Where someone jumps into the background of your carefully posed picture. Sometimes funny, sometimes annoying. But have you heard of Zoombombing?
It’s where pranksters and cyber criminals invade our video meetings to eavesdrop on private conversations, or just to freak us out. It got so out of hand back in 2020 that it was made a federal offense.
Of course, video meeting platforms like Zoom and Teams now use password protected chat and waiting rooms to stop this.
There are still some weaknesses in Teams chat. Good news – Microsoft is working on an update to prevent anonymous attendees from spamming in-meeting chat logs.
If you’re having any issues or want us to check the security settings on your Teams, give us a call.