Digital Security Exchange: Security for High-Risk Communities
I am part of this very interesting project:
For many users, blog posts on how to install Signal, massive guides to protecting your digital privacy, and broad statements like “use Tor”—all offered in good faith and with the best of intentions—can be hard to understand or act upon. If we want to truly secure civil society from digital attacks and empower communities in their to fight to protect their rights, we’ve got to recognize that digital security is largely a human problem, not a technical one. Taking cues from the experiences of the deeply knowledgeable global digital security training community, the Digital Security Exchange will seek to make it easier for trainers and experts to connect directly to the communities in the U.S.—sharing expertise, documentation, and best practices—in order to increase capacity and security across the board.
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