The Best Practices for Safety on Virtual Platforms

The Best Practices for Safety on Virtual Platforms. Text version below.
Infographic - Best Practices for Training on Virtual Platforms - Text version

Best Practices for Training on Virtual Platforms

Passwords

All meeting should be password protected

You must use software that allows for meetings to have frequently changed passwords. This ensures the integrity of the membership and platform.

Lock the meeting

Once it starts, lock it.

Once all your participants are all online ensure to lock the meeting and ensure you are tracking any additional participants requesting access.

Know the participants

If you don't know let them go

All members attending training on virtual platforms should be known to the organizer, if a participant is unknown, to all, and cannot identify themselves as an expected participant -let them go.

Cybersecure

If you would now allow them to your parade night they should not attend your virtual training.

Remember – cybersecurity is everyone’s responsibility

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