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Secure Videoconferencing Platform Available Free for Virtual Graduations

Cybersecurity company StrikeForce Technologies is making its SafeVchat secure videoconferencing platform available for free to both K-12 and higher education institutions that are holding virtual or live-streamed graduation ceremonies this spring. Launched earlier this year, SafeVchat is "designed with a cybersecurity kernel and engineered to keep communications secure and privacy intact," according to the company.

Security features of the platform include out-of-band authentication and keystroke protection technology, as well as proprietary meeting authorization and two-factor authentication (2FA) for every meeting participant.

"Too often big celebrations and critical life moments are being ruined by unwanted hacker attacks during videoconferencing sessions," said George Waller, co-founder of StrikeForce Technologies, in a statement. "A graduation is one of the most important events in a student's life, and we want students, their parents, and faculty across the country to be able to celebrate virtually this year without interruptions or unwanted intruders sharing vulgar content."

For more information, visit the SafeVchat site.

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About the author: Rhea Kelly is executive editor for Campus Technology. She can be reached at [email protected].

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