How to Prevent ‘Zoom Bombing‘: Protecting Your Church from Online Attacks

"While these reported incidences of 'Zoom bombing' are concerning, following these steps can help keep you and your meeting participants safe on Zoom" - F&T

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Our Zoom meetings (Sunday school, Wed prayer, bi-monthly Sunday evening bible studies, and bi-monthly theology classes) are not advertised to the public. We only share the link with our members; these meetings are a "family only" affair. Regardless, we have all the common security loopholes plugged in our admin settings. The only thing we advertise is our morning sermon, which is on YouTube and not interactive. Comments are not allowed ... !

Tyler is a pastor in Olympia, WA and works in State government. He's the author of the book What's It Mean to Be a Baptist?