Zoom Password Protection

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tsandholTim
Sandholm
mlromeMichelle
Rome
brendenBrenden
West
dldavis2Daniel
Davis
lbrodaLawrence
Broda
pintoFirmino
Pinto
jwitteJames
Witte
msommersMichael
Sommers
tmreese2Todd
Reese
pchappelPaul
Chappell
eclaypEric
Claypool
danwoodDaniel
Wood
pgmillerPeter
Miller
mmessehMaged
Messeh
jwolak2Jakub
Wolak
hillenAnthony
Hillen
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Siuts
savage5Michael
Savage
mullen1Tony
Mullen
wmitc01sWillie
Mitchell
rpdRami
Dass
ktuohyKurt
Tuohy
hstrubeHenry
Strube
nbaxleyNate
Baxley
frazierKeith
Frazier
knyKonstantinos
Yfantis
trubachTyler
Rubach
mharrahMaggie
Jarvis
gabegGabe
Gibson
deremia2Colleen
Deremiah
rmccrthyRandy
McCarthy
juliaharJulia
Hartman
knewton2Will
Newton
aobrien4Ann
O'Brien
kanevsk2Anya
Kanevskaya
dpjarvisDouglas
Jarvis
kjmarshKelsey
Marsh
rpgRobbie
Gascoigne

Date

04/04/20

As Zoom usage has grown, a new risk has emerged. Institutions have experienced situations where unknown persons are joining unsecured Zoom meetings and causing disruptions. We need to take action to prevent similar intrusions. We strongly encourage all Zoom meeting organizers to enable password protection for meetings and classes. Existing Zoom invitations will need to be modified to require a password and be shared out with attendees. Only the meeting organizer can make changes to existing invitations.

Beginning Mar 31, all newly created Zoom meetings will require a password by default. Meeting organizers and course instructors will need to share this password with attendees ahead of the meeting. The process and instructions on how to manually modify security settings is available here.