Bread&Net 2022 – Digital Security
Digital Security: How to Plan for it? Participants will learn about methodologies and resources useful to explore the digital security threats concerning their work.
Participants will learn about methodologies and resources useful to explore the digital security threats concerning their work.
There will be a participatory session designed to collectively and collaboratively discuss with practitioners ways to protect themselves, their collaborators and communities.
The session will be held off the record, and under the Chatham House Rule. Participants will be invited to share information about their work only to the extent they feel comfortable with.
In this workshop tools to protect yourself in your work and activism will be explored.
As it is not possible to protect against every kind of malicious attack or adversary, it is important to learn how to assess the risks we may be exposed to, prioritize their likelihood and severity and come up with a plan to address this.
During the workshop it will be discussed how to use a threat assessment matrix, designed to identify the risks that may hinder your and your communities’ digital security and start assessing what may be a suitable and sustainable plan to strengthen your safety.
Through this interactive session, strategies for personal and community safety and provide resources for further support will be discussed.
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