If you’ve been reading the news lately, you’d know Zoom’s video conferencing software isn’t as safe as we all previously thought.
But did you know that locking your meetings and disabling your audio and video can help keep your information more secure and private?
With the recent increase in remote learning, you’re probably wondering, “Is my child’s information safe?” or if you’re a teacher, “What can I do to beef up the security features for my class?”.
Knoji dives deep into Zoom’s security issues and offering safety tips and tricks to help keep you, your child, or your students secure while video conferencing.
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