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Defense Against the Dark Arts: Digital Security for Activists and Human Rights Defenders

(These resources were originally assembled for a presentation I gave at Swarthmore College on February 21, 2017 and were updated for a second presentation on April 4, 2017.) Resources for Security Security in-a-Box – a guide to digital security for activists and human rights defenders https://securityinabox.org/ A DIY Guide to Feminist Cybersecurity https://hackblossom.org/cybersecurity/ Surveillance Self-Defense… Read more Defense Against the Dark Arts: Digital Security for Activists and Human Rights Defenders

Staying Safe Online

These resources were mentioned in a presentation on Staying Safe Online that I delivered at the Swarthmore Public Library. General resources Stay Safe Online (National Cyber Security Alliance) https://staysafeonline.org/ How to Manage Your Social Media Privacy Settings (IDWise) https://identity.utexas.edu/everyone/how-to-manage-your-social-media-privacy-settings  Identity Protection Resources for Everyone (IDWise) https://identity.utexas.edu/everyone  Software Signal Messaging App (Open Whisper Systems) https://whispersystems.org/ Password managers http://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/quick-guide-to-password-manager-apps/… Read more Staying Safe Online

New to RFPs?

In recent conversation with a few archivists, they mentioned they were not familiar with RFPs. It wasn’t something I learned about during graduate school either. I learned about them during my DAS courses through SAA, although I can’t recall off hand which course it was in.1 An RFP is a Request for Proposal.  Essentially, it… Read more New to RFPs?