How can I prevent Zoombombing?

What is Zoombombing?

Zoombombing is when an uninvited person joins a Zoom meeting and, with their video, audio, or screensharing, shares unwanted content to the meeting. 

(See: Zoombombing: When Videoconferences Go Wrong )

REMINDER: Never share a Zoom meeting link in a public setting, such as on social media or online bulletin boards, in blog posts or news articles, or on email lists with wide distribution.

To prevent Zoombombing, there are settings you can set before the meeting begins, and steps you can take when teaching to shut down disruptive behavior.

Review the Zoom Security @ Tufts tip sheet