This one-hour presentation is a whirlwind tour of the operational security process for NGOs and civil society activists. It includes some battle stories and sketches of security incidents and their fallout. The speakers are also presenting concrete countermeasures, tools, and best practices for organisations or individuals to become safer in the cyber space. This presentation is both informative and entertaining, as the presenters have over a decade of collective experience in training NGOs and civil society organizations.
AFTER WATCHING THE RECORDING:
You’ll be able to follow a five-step process increasing your disorganization Operational Security.
You’ll be able to identify key threats lurking in the cyber space.
You’ll learn which internet tools and communicators can be more secure than others.
Watch the #OpSec recording here: https://youtu.be/ZQTpNpb_MDg
Here is the full "OpSec Guide" that Radically Open Security have prepared:
If you’d like to contact the speakers or Radically Open Security Team directly, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
In her presentation, Melanie has mentioned the threat of Internet content manipulation, such as deep or cheap fakes. For those interested in the subject of fake news, we also have a great webinar recording on cheapfakes; follow this link to watch it: https://youtu.be/0r1EbXF9pW4