How to Protect Your Meetings From Cyber-Threat?

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Due to the epidemic, many companies have begun to adopt remote working methods. But telecommuting is not foolproof. According to a Sophos survey, 71% of employees said they had been working remotely for a few weeks. As the devices and systems within the enterprise organization are constantly updated, enterprises are faced with a real and urgent problem. But how can data be accessed safely at any time while ensuring that the company's business will not be threatened? Today, let's look at how to protect your meetings from cyber threats. We know you see screen sharing and apps from various devices, including PCs, tablets and mobile devices. To ensure you're not being exploited, you'll need to use network protection to limit this from happening. Businesses need to understand why viruses or worms compromise specific devices or applications and why they can use the network for malicious activities. Learn more about how to protect your meetings from cyber threats. It's time to do something!

1. Keep Screen Sharing Constantly Updated

You may have noticed that screen-sharing software is updated all the time. Many people need to see this. But screen-sharing software is essential to a company's IT and security strategy—especially for those who work remotely. The higher the version of the screen-sharing software, the more risks you will face; If you know that someone is accessing your system or files, you need to take steps to avoid these risks and effects. Screen-sharing software is the most vulnerable part of all network security equipment.

2. Monitor Known Vulnerabilities and Fix Them

Once you have determined your network security posture, you must ensure that available systems and applications are free of vulnerabilities before they can be remediated. You can use some free vulnerability detection programs to monitor your network for specific vulnerabilities (such as HTTP ports, SSH or VPN connections, etc.). Remember that this is potentially a severe attack, and you may not discover any new vulnerabilities in time. By patching known vulnerabilities, you can keep your organization safe from attack. To prevent known attackers from using this vulnerability for malicious activities, such as DDoS attacks, you should ensure that it is disabled.

3. Regular Security Updates to the System

Your system needs security updates to prevent cybercriminals from exploiting these vulnerabilities. Install the latest security updates on your devices to ensure your operating system and applications are always running the latest versions.

4. Check for Unused Security Patches or Patch Upgrades

Check your system for new security patches or fixes for known vulnerabilities. You can check some major suppliers' websites to ensure they have the latest versions of their products. If there are patch updates for specific operating systems, please notify the IT team and work with them to update.

5. Use Correct Hardware for Meetings

In business meetings, there is a lot of confidential information being discussed. For instance, discussing the future amendment of the company, company strategies, client privacy matters, etc. If you are conducting the meetings virtual with other business partners or with clients, you don't want to use video conferencing equipment that can be hacked or can store any meeting footage. Therefore, it is vital to select video conferencing equipment that cannot store video footage and with high cyber-security.

EMEET Meeting Capsule

The Meeting Capsule is an all-in-one conference room camera for teams that features a 360° 1080P camera, 8-mic array, 10W/90dB Hi-Fi speaker, and exclusive AI-powered audio and video algorithm. Also, EMEET can ensure you that the Meeting Capsule will not store data within the device and the device does not require connecting to the WIFI; therefore, there is no way that the device can be hacked.

EMEET OfficeCore M3 Speakerphone

If you are conducting online audio meetings, then the EMEET OfficeCore M3 Speakerphone would be your optimal choice. The M3 Speakerphone is the 2022 Reddot winner with 360° voice pickup and positioning with a ring light. Also, it initiated a suspended mic cavity, 5W speaker and 20-hour long-lasting battery life.

EMEET SmartCam C980 Pro

The C980 Pro Webcam is suitable for businesses with few participants, such as private 1-to-1 and small group meetings, or use it for WFH. The C980 Pro Webcam has 1080P resolution, 4 noise-cancelling microphones, and 2 loudspeakers. No matter your situation, intelligent auto light correction always keeps the video natural and crystal-clear.

Conclusion

The emergence of the Internet has made people's lives more convenient, and they can surf the internet for entertainment anytime and anywhere. Still, the subsequent network security issues have gradually been exposed, making people increasingly worried. The Internet is an open system; anyone with authority can enter this system through the network. The network will become a large nest full of viruses if it is not protected. Now there is a popular word on the Internet - hacker, which is a severe problem. With the continuous emergence and rapid development of new theories, new devices and their applications in the information field. Now many people conduct transactions and information exchange activities on the Internet, which also makes some unsafe factors often appear to interfere with people's regular internet use for information exchange.

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