At The Heart Of Every Great Team Is Great Collaboration
In today’s hyper-competitive business environment, the ability to make better decisions faster is critical to any organization’s success. And there’s simply no substitute for face-to-face collaboration when it comes to making those decisions.
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Do you know who's listening in on your confidential conference calls?
Conference call bridges are not thought of as openings where sensitive data may leak from your organization, but just because you don't think of it doesn't mean it's not happening - anyone with access to dial-in numbers and participant codes is able to join the call. Not knowing who's on means you don't know for sure whether someone is listening in who shouldn't be.
In 2012, the FBI admitted that hackers listened in on a conference call it had with Scotland Yard and other foreign police agencies about a joint investigation of the hacker group and its allies. Even more surprisingly, the eavesdroppers didn't actually hack into the call. They obtained an email containing the conference call login information.
You schedule one meeting immediately after another on the same conference bridge and you have participants on the call who shouldn't be there. This happens because the first meeting runs long, or participants invited to the second meeting join early.
You host recurring meetings and anyone with those dial-in details and knowledge of the time of the meeting will be able to join – even if their participation is no longer required or more importantly, they are no longer with the company.
When employees leave, they inadvertently keep hold of the participant conference call details for calls they attended in the past. The participant codes aren't changed frequently and these calls are open indefinitely to eavesdropping from former employees.
Vendors and Contractors
Vendors, short term employees/contractors or third-party personnel have access to conference codes for recurring meetings often related to product development, go-to-market strategies, and sales/marketing initiatives.
You share a set of dial-in and participant codes but run the risk of accidentally scheduling calls at the same time leading to two sets of participants joining at once or participants invited to one user's call turning up on the line uninvited.
Large Number of Participants
The host is relying on the "beeps" to signal participants joining and leaving, keeping track of who is on the call becomes extremely difficult, unwanted participants pass unnoticed and leading to that conferencing call classic, "who just left?"