Video Conferencing Guidance


Information to help organizations and individuals select and configure videoconferencing services to meet their needs, and security tips for teleworkers when leveraging videoconferencing tools.

Video Conferencing Tips

Top tips for safely using videoconferencing to ensure employees are only using approved tools and that their home networks are secured.

Relevant Audiences: General, Small/Medium Business, Federal Employees

Secure Video Conferencing for Schools (Recommendations and Tip Sheet)

CISA product for school district and campus IT administrators charged with securing their IT networks, as well as end users (e.g., teachers) to help them think through cybersecurity issues. A corresponding tip sheet provides guidelines to keep schools, staff, and students safe.

Relevant Audiences: Schools

Guidance for Securing Video Conferencing

CISA product line with cybersecurity principles and practices that individuals and organizations can follow to video conference more securely.

Relevant Audiences: General, Small/Medium Business, Federal Employees

Cybersecurity Recommendations for Federal Agencies Using Video Conferencing

Advisory guidance for Federal Departments and Agencies intended to support the incorporation of cybersecurity considerations when adopting or expanding the use of video conferencing software and related collaboration tools.

Relevant Audiences: Federal Employees

Cybersecurity Recommendations for Critical Infrastructure Using Video Conferencing

Advisory guidance intended to assist Critical Infrastructure organizations to incorporate cybersecurity considerations when adopting or expanding the use of video conferencing software and related collaboration tools.

Relevant Audiences: Critical Infrastructure

 

 

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