Be Updated With the Advances of Telehealth

The following is an excerpt from an article regarding FBI guidelines for Zoom Cybersecurity. 

As individuals continue the transition to online lessons and meetings, the FBI recommends exercising due diligence and caution in your cybersecurity efforts. The following steps can be taken to mitigate teleconference hijacking threats:

  1. Do not make meetings or classrooms public. In Zoom, there are two options to make a meeting private: require a meeting password or use the waiting room feature and control the admittance of guests.
  2. Do not share a link to unrestricted publicly available social media post. Provide the link directly to specific people.
  3. Manage screensharing options. In Zoom, change screensharing to “Host Only.”
  4. Ensure users are using the updated version of remote access/meeting applications.  On April 1, 2020 Zoom updated their software. In previous security updates, Zoom added passwords by default for meetings and disabled the ability to randomly scan for meetings to join.
  5. Manage screen recording options.  Change to “Host Only.”


All of these precautions are taken by Secure Telehealth.  The only responsibility our customers have is to comply with number 2 above.

Secure Telehealth customers are also exempt from email harvesting because the emails being harvested are in our domain

Your Zoom rooms and emails are safe because you chose Secure Telehealth to manage them!