Managed event security options
Make your managed event more secure by managing who can access your event and how. Secure your event with password protection, pre-authorized sites, and by approving and blocking email addresses, domains, and IP addresses.
To include the following security features, contact your event production manager and provide them with any required documents at least 1 business day before the event.
Note: Information in this article is for managed events customers. If you have a webcast license, you can set these security options and more in the Webcast Admin portal, on the Security tab for your event.
Use referral checking to ensure that viewers can only join the event if they click on the event link hosted on authorized sites you specify. This feature also prevents viewers from sharing the event link with others. Recommended if you plan to post your webcast link on other sites, such as Intranet sites.
Require viewers to provide a password when joining the event, registering for the event, or both.
- Password protected login - Viewers must enter a password to attend the event.
By default, viewers receive the password in the registration confirmation and event reminder emails after they register for the event. For additional security, the password can be removed from these emails, and we provide the password for you to distribute in your event invitations.
- Password protected registration - Viewers must enter a password to complete the registration process.
We provide the password for you to distribute in your event invitations.
Limit access by viewer email address and email domain
You can restrict access to your event by approving or blocking specific viewer email addresses and email domains.
Before the event, provide your event production manager with an Excel file that includes the email addresses and domains you want to invite and block.
Limit access by viewer IP
You can restrict access to your event by approving or blocking specific viewer IP addresses. You can use this feature if your viewers will attend the event from specific office locations.
Note: Do not use this feature if your viewers will be attending the event from home or in a public space.
Before the event, have your IT team provide your event production manager with a list of approved IP addresses.