As the A/E/C Industry moved to working remotely, they flocked in droves to Zoom for video conferencing. As they quickly learned, it was easy to use – and their clients loved it too. Zoom is rich in features, but beware – in order to use Zoom ethically and competently – you need to become educated about using Zoom securely. That requires training. Many of the stories you’ve heard bemoaning Zoom’s supposed insecurity were a result of user error. Moreover, Zoom has already made great strides in enhancing its security.
This one-hour webinar will cover the following topics.
1. What equipment you (and other participants) need to participate in Zoom
2. Which version of Zoom do you need? Costs
3. Browser vs. app
4. The current state of Zoom’s security
5. Setting up a Zoom meeting/meeting invitations/meeting registration
6. Meeting ID and passwords
7. What controls does the Host have? Meeting management
8. Basic Zoom features
9. How to use the waiting room
10. Virtual background – the good, the bad, the ugly
11. Using green screens/lighting tips/
12. Getting the best sound quality
13. The chat feature
14. Breakout rooms
15. Meeting etiquette
16. Preventing Zoom-bombing
17. Updates for Zoom
19. Screen sharing
20. View options
23. Sign in options
25. Keyboard shortcuts
Sharon D. Nelson is a practicing attorney and the president of Sensei Enterprises, Inc. She is a past president of the Virginia State Bar, the Fairfax Bar Association and the Fairfax Law Foundation. She is a co-author of 18 books published by the ABA.
John W. Simek is vice president of Sensei Enterprises, Inc. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional, Certified Ethical Hacker and a nationally known expert in the area of digital forensics. He and Sharon provide legal technology, cybersecurity and digital forensics services from their Fairfax, Virginia firm.