Using Zoom? Here’s how to keep your business and employees safe
This is an excerpt from a longer article by our endpoint protection partner, Trend Micro.
Cyber-criminals are always looking for new opportunities to make money and steal data. Globally trending events are a tried-and-tested way of doing just this, and they don’t come much bigger than the current Covid-19 pandemic. It’s sparking a wave of phishing, BEC, extortion, ransomware and data breach attempts. And as increasing numbers of global workers are sent home, new opportunities are opening up to compromise video conferencing apps.
Although not alone in being targeted, Zoom has been the subject of some of the highest-profile incidents so far this year. Fortunately, there are things you can do to keep your business safe.
What you can do to be safe
- Ensure Zoom is always on the latest software version
- Build awareness of Zoom phishing scams into user training programs. Users should only download the Zoom client from a trusted site and check for anything suspicious in the meeting URL when joining a meeting
- Ensure all home workers have anti-malware including phishing detection installed from a reputable vendor
For more suggestions, see the full article at https://blog.trendmicro.com/using-zoom-heres-how-to-keep-your-business-and-employees-safe/