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Digital Security Guides - Manuals

Reporters Without Borders' Helpdesk for Digital Security provides information about digital security for journalists

Helpdesk for Digital Security for Journalists - Training

A training platform developed by Reporters Without Borders

Digital security do's and don'ts for journalists - Manuals

During IJNet’s webinar on digital security, Rajan Kapoor , director of security at Dropbox , and Sérgio Spagnuolo , former ICFJ former TruthBuzz Fellow and head of data journalism agency and consultancy Volt Data Lab , shared tips and tools that journalists can use to protect themselves, their data and their story

Internet Freedoms in the Western Balkan Region - Reports

Developed in cooperation with the SHARE Foundation, the report presents in-depth research on the state of internet freedoms in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo and Albania. It provides a comparative overview of specific indicators – according to the European Convention on Human Rights – and develops a set of recommendations for governments of these countries to improve the state of citizens’ freedoms online

How Encryption Can Protect Journalists and the Free Press - Manuals

A factsheet published by The Internet Society with the contribution of the Committee to Protect Journalists

Targeted, cut off, and left in the dark - Reports

The #KeepItOn report on internet shutdowns in 2019

Journalists and Online Harassment - Reports

The report provides a definition of online harassment and identifies ways for journalists to respond

What is Data Exploitation? - HTML5 video

A short video by Privacy International explaining the risks of data exploitation and what we need to do about it.

Access Now - Support Centres

Access Now is an international non-profit whose aim is to defend and extend the digital rights of users at risk around the world.

By combining direct technical support, comprehensive policy engagement, global advocacy, grassroots grantmaking, and convenings, Access Now is engaged in defending human rights in the digital age. Policy furthers Access Now’s mission by developing and promoting rights-respecting practices and policies. Another activity of Access Now is aimed to advance laws and global norms to affect long-term systemic change in the area of digital rights and online security, developing insightful, rights-based, and well-researched policy guidance to governments, corporations, and civil society. Access Now also works to  provide technology solutions and real-time advice for users at risk in circumstances where communications are not open, free, or safe. Through its 24/7 Digital Security Helpline, Access Now offers technical guidance and incident response to inform and support activists, journalists, human rights defenders, and civil society actors on the ground.

In Europe It has offices in London, Brussels and Berlin.