Protect Your Zoom Meetings from Zoombombing
What is Zoombombing?
Zoombombing is the term for uninvited guests that join Zoom meetings and disrupt the meeting by sharing violent and/or pornographic imagery, racist rants, hate speech or other comments meant to disturb the meeting participants. Although Zoombombing happens mostly on publicly available Zoom links, it can happen in other ways if your settings are not configured to protect against this. Here are ways to protect you and your guests from falling victim.
To report any issues of Zoombombing, contact the Office of IT at email@example.com.
All impacts of protected class misconduct should be referred to the Equal Opportunity office https://hrs.byu.edu/equal-opportunity.
How to Prevent Zoombombing
Basic Zoom Settings
Classroom Management Strategies
Screensharing, Annotation, Chat, and Video