Organizational resilience

Tools

  • Keywords:
  • Countering Disinformation
  • Media Literacy
  • Digital Security
  • Disinformation
  • Fact-checking
  • Resilience
  • Open Data
  • Digital Activism
  • False narratives
  • OSINT (open-source intelligence)
  • Organizational resilience
  • Languages:
  • English
  • English
Disinformation can spread like fire in today's digital age. To mitigate the threat, the TechSoup Guide on Digital Tools for Countering Disinformation equips activists and CSOs with a range of digital tools to identify, analyze, and counter disinformation effectively.The rapid spread of disinformation threatens societies worldwide. This free-of-charge guide is tailored for activists and CSOs, providing practical knowledge and tools, to navigate and combat digital falsehoods. Whether you're a novice or an expert in countering disinformation, the guide offers valuable insights and step-by-step instructions for everyone.Why is it worth using the Guide on Digital Tools for Countering Disinformation?Head to the guide to get:Comprehensive Tool Overview: Detailed descriptions of tools across various categories, such as social media monitoring, image and video analysis, or cybersecurity.Practical Usage Examples: Real-world scenarios demonstrating how to leverage these tools effectively.User-Friendly Guidance: Step-by-step instructions to ensure tools are accessible to all skill levels.Expert Recommendations: Curated selection based on relevance, effectiveness, and practicality, prepared by TechSoup Experts and Partners.✅🔗 See it for yourself! Dive into the guide and arm yourself with knowledge to promote and protect truth, and accuracy in the digital information space! Download the Guide here!
  • Keywords:
  • Resilience
  • Digital Storytelling
  • Online Campaigning
  • Personal resilience
  • Organizational resilience
  • Languages:
  • Keywords:
  • Digital Security
  • Disinformation
  • Personal and Organisational Resilience
  • Digital Activism
  • Communication
  • Productivity
  • Organizational resilience
  • Languages:
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How Can a Digital Audit Help Your Organization?

Rapid technological advances affect all areas of society, including NGOs. The tipping point for many nonprofits was the Covid-19 pandemic, when moving online and introducing remote working with clients became necessary.

VIA Association | 7 min read | Jul 15, 2024

Cybersecurity Challenges in Lithuania: An Interview with an Expert About Staying Safe from Phishing to Disinformation

Cyber security is very important in Lithuania due to the rapidly changing technologies and the growing popularity of Internet use. More and more residents, companies and government institutions in Lithuania are becoming dependent on internet and digital technologies every day. One of the most significant reasons why cyber security is of extreme importance in Lithuania is personal data protection. More and more sensitive personal data, such as bank logins, health and identity data, are being stored online.

Civic Resilience Initiative | 7 min read | Jun 25, 2024

How to Develop Safety Recommendations in a Non-Profit Organization

The environment of non-profit organizations tends to be dynamic. Combinations of full-time and part-time workers, volunteers, collaborating freelancers or students on internships are more common here than in corporate settings. Along with the lower budgets that nonprofits typically work with, this vibrancy often translates into some team members using their own equipment or software to do their work. However, this makes it impossible to have a central administration that can, for example, ensure a deadline for mandatory password changes or enforce updates. This makes it all the more necessary to rely on the personal responsibility of team members and to encourage them to follow at least basic security rules.

Petra Kudrna Sobková | 5 min read | Jun 10, 2024

Digital Security Principles: How to Protect Yourself and What to Do in a Crisis?

In today's digital landscape, our online activities mirror real-life processes. Just as in the physical world, nobody is completely immune to fraud, theft, deception, and other threats on digital platforms. The evolution of digital technologies and services has paved the way for many inventive methods for dishonest individuals or organizations to access and exploit data for their own good. However, real-world security measures like locking doors and setting alarms, do have equivalents in the digital realm, so that we can identify risks and safeguard ourselves against cyberattacks. In this article, we offer some insights for small organizations on effectively preparing for a cyberattack. Given the increasing frequency of such incidents, it's crucial for every organization, regardless of size, to have a comprehensive action plan in place.

Baltic Centre for Media Excellence | 9 min read | Jun 7, 2024

How To Prepare For A Crisis? And How To Communicate About It?

Crises come in various forms, often unpredictable, and the organization's ability to ensure operational continuity, adaptability, and prevent reputational risks is directly tied to its preparedness. Staff members must be able to make quick decisions and implement crisis management strategies effectively. The readiness to adapt and respond promptly is crucial. In this article, we will outline steps for your organization to swiftly respond to a crisis and ensure that you are equipped with the knowledge to handle a crisis in a confident and professional manner.

Baltic Centre for Media Excellence | 10 min read | May 27, 2024

How to Optimize Processes and Save Money: Electronic Signatures

Another message lands in the email with an attachment and a task: print, sign, scan and send back. Who wouldn't know this? Even though we live in the digital age, we still can't get rid of the paper shackles.

VIA Association | 6 min read | Apr 2, 2024

Cyber Security – Who Protects, What and Against Whom?

Although cyber security is not a new concept, discussed both publicly and in everyday life, its meaning has changed over time. Nowadays, the concept of cyber security covers an increasingly wide range of areas and is becoming more and more important, at a national and personal level. This is due to the rapid and all-encompassing development of new technologies, which are bringing many areas of life, including personal life, into the cyberspace.

Civic Resilience Initiative | 5 min read | Mar 26, 2024