Digital security is an important aspect of the activist's life that’s why we recommend getting familiar with the basics to protect yourself online. Check out the external resources below to learn more.


It's important to balance digital security with the need to communicate with others - always consider risks and what respective level of digital security is needed.
TotemAn online platform that helps journalists and activists use digital security and privacy tools and tactics more effectively in their work. They offer free MOOC courses, which can help you to be on track with the digital world.
Security in a BoxA project of Front Line Defenders and it’s a place where you can get super practical knowledge on how to navigate safely in the digital world.
Digital DefendersOffer support to human rights defenders under digital threat, and work to strengthen local rapid response networks. They emphasize their focus on actors that collect, interpret, and make data available for the broader public.
Surveillance Self DefenseA toolkit to provide you with the basics in protecting yourself online. Compiled by the Electronic Frontier Foundation, some aspects of this guide will be useful to people with very little technical knowledge, while others are aimed at an audience with considerable technical expertise and privacy/security trainers.

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