Event Security

Brandlive offers various options to meet your organization’s requirements for making your broadcasts accessible or secure.

Public vs. Private

Making an event or library private is the most basic level of security. Private events are not indexed by search engines, won’t come up in search results, and are only available to viewers with the right URL.

To learn about publishing your event as private or public, see the Publishing Your Event topic in the Creating Events article.

For libraries, visit the Setting topic in Creating a Library Page.

Audiences

By restricting an event or course to an audience you’ve created, you can host a broadcast that is only accessible to members of that audience.

To learn more, visit the Using Audiences article.

Blacklisted Email and IP Addresses

If you have created an audience using Brandlive’s audience filter tool, that list may continue to grow as registered users meet your specified filter requirements. If there are specific email or IP addresses you want to restrict from an audience, you can use the Blacklist option after creating your audience.

To learn more, visit the Audience Options topic in the Creating Audiences article.

Blocking Non-Audience Members

When you assign audiences to your events or libraries, you will have the option to block people from accessing the page who are not in the selected audiences.

To learn more, visit the Registration topic in the Creating Events article.

For libraries, visit the Setting topic in Creating a Library Page.

Passcode Protection

Events and libraries can be protected so they are accessible only by those with a specific passcode. A single passcode can be created for either events or libraries, and you will need to communicate this passcode to your viewers.

To learn more, visit the Registration topic in the Creating Events article.

For libraries, visit the Setting topic in Creating a Library Page.

Allowed Email Domains

For events requiring registration, Brandlive offers the option to restrict access to email domains you specify.

To learn more, visit the Registration topic in the Creating Events article.

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