Organizations that utilize video conferencing, live streaming, or provide recordings of internal events, are at risk of organizational information being leaked, if an unauthorized participant, e.g., another person in the same room as an authorized event participant, gains access to such events. This disclosure describes the use of remote participant audio/video feed to prevent information leakage from a restricted event. Prior to remote participation in an event, user permission is obtained to receive and record media from the remote participant device. The received media are reviewed, e.g., by security personnel, or by automated tools, to detect the presence of unauthorized persons. If unauthorized persons are detected, the remote participant’s access to the event is revoked. Recorded media can be utilized post-facto for investigations in case information leakage occurs.
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Groves, Loren, "Audience Identification For Secure Video Streaming", Technical Disclosure Commons, (June 15, 2020)