Videoconferencing has become a routine part of everyday life for remote workers, students, and families. Yet widespread adoption of this technology has also attracted nefarious characters whose motivations can range from simple disruption to full-out espionage. It’s important to understand these threats and how secure configuration of videoconferencing systems can improve the overall security of an organization and individual everyday users.
Common videoconferencing attacks
Making sure your videoconferencing technology is set up securely can help prevent these attacks from being successful. There are several types of attacks that can be executed through videoconferencing platforms; here are some that have been recently observed: