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Bedfordshire Police Notice


Since more and more of us are using Zoom to stay in touch with family and friends, you may find it useful to read some advice just issued by Bedfordshire Police:

“We are issuing a warning following a new form of malicious communication emerging recently. These type of incidents are directly connected to the increase of video conferencing and video meetings, such as Zoom or other similar software

‘Zoom bombing’ is when an unknown person joins a Zoom meeting and displays images of an extremely disturbing nature.

This is understandably unpleasant and traumatising for all participants.

Zoom has become increasingly popular following the nationwide ‘lockdown’ as it is a great tool to stay in touch with family and friends. Since the emergence of these concerning incidents, Zoom has improved security measures, but there are certain steps you can take to decrease the chance of becoming a target.

Make sure that your meeting is private and control your participants by either providing password access or by creating a ‘waiting room’. You can also disable sharing by all participants to avoid any unwanted materials being displayed.

Please read this short document on how you can secure your meeting and enjoy the company of your friends and family online without the fear of becoming a victim.

We would also like to encourage anyone who has been a target of this disturbing crime to contact us online or by calling 101. Our force is committed to keeping our residents safe and that includes online incidents.”

Date: 29/04/2020

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