With more institutions moving to learning online, there has been a rise in what we call “Conference Bomb attacks”.
Like most other public forums, it is possible to have a person disrupt an event that’s meant to bring people together. A rogue participant could potentially interrupt your Zoom meeting by joining uninvited, harassing other participants or sharing unsolicited content.
We have put together some information on how to remove these rogue participants from your Zoom or Webex sessions in the event that they are targeted.
Zoom Security – Blocking or restricting participants
Webex Security – Blocking or restricting participants
There is also many other helpful articles in the Knowledge Base regarding teaching online such as:
- Creating consultation and meeting times in Moodle
- Zoom – How to create a virtual background
- IT Working and Teaching Remotely FAQ
Should you have any questions or concerns, please log a ticket and our Service Desk team will get back to you as soon as they can.