Securing Zoom Meetings

What You Need to Know

It is important to consider the security implications of the Zoom meetings you set up.

It’s especially important to properly secure your meeting if there is any discussion of sensitive data. 

Please see our Data Classification Cheat Sheet [pdf]Zoom Do’s and Don’ts, Zoom FAQ, and our Zoom Authentication FAQ fore more information.

Who Has Access

  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff

What You Need to Do

How You Prevent Zoom Bombing

SJSU already has some extra security controls in place to help keep you secure. But here are a few additional settings you can make use of to further help you prevent Zoom Bombing.

Cost and Requirements

It's free!

Additional Resources

Data Classification Cheat Sheet [pdf]

Zoom Do’s and Don’ts

Zoom FAQ

Zoom Authentication FAQ 

Zoom CEO Eric Yuan Security Blog post (Zoom, 4/8/20)

Telework Cybersecurity (NIST, 3/19/20)

Preventing Eavesdropping and Protecting Privacy On Virtual Meetings (NIST, 3/17/20)

Navigating the Conference Call Security Highway [pdf] (NIST, 3/17/20)

Security Tips for Zoom

What Happens if You Don’t Act

You risk unauthorized individuals entering your meetings, gaining access to sensitive information, and disrupting your meetings.

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