Video conferencing is quickly becoming the norm for companies today. With up to 97% of companies
saying that video conferencing has helped increase organizational productivity, it looks like video meetings and events could become a part of our work life for the foreseeable future.
But one challenge to video conferencing that people should be paying more attention to is the issue of cybersecurity in a video call situation. Online security is becoming an important aspect of business technology. So much so that even criminal justice schools
are now starting to look into cybersecurity as a whole new practice on its own.
On a company level, what are some of the common security threats that organizations and their staff face and what can they do to overcome them? Let's discuss five of the most common video conferencing privacy problems and solutions.