By using the At-Risk Meeting Notifier, you can identify which meetings may be at risk of disruption.
Frequently asked questions
What is the At-Risk Meeting Notifier?
The At-Risk Meeting Notifier scans public postings on social media sites and other public sources for Zoom meeting links. We email account owners and admins when we find publicly posted meeting information that indicates a given meeting is at risk of disruption.
What information does Zoom collect?
Zooom does not collect any new information about you. We check our database for Zoom meeting information when we see it posted on social media. The account owner or admin is notified when a match is found so they can arrange a meeting. Our system may flag a given meeting as being at high risk of disruption if it is mentioned many times or if certain known disruptor hashtags are used on it. Please see Zoom’s Privacy Statement for more information.
What sites do you scan?
Various social media sites and other public online resources are scanned.
What should I do if I receive an email from the At-Risk Meeting Notifier?
To ensure that future meetings are private, we strongly recommend that you take the following steps:
- Report or remove the public post.
- Remove the existing meeting.
- Create a new meeting.
- Enable the following security settings:
- Tell only those you know about the new meeting.
It is strongly recommended that you convert your meeting to a webinar if you wish to keep your meeting public, since a webinar gives you control over who can participate via video, audio, and chat.
- In-meeting security options
- Converting meetings and webinars
- Scheduling a meeting with registration
- Improving poor video quality
- Configuring authentication settings and profiles