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Personal Digital Safety: Where Do I Start

Are you thinking about your own digital safety and security but confused about where to start? Join us in exploring the fundamentals of building your own personal security framework. We will map out the different ways we use our phone, email, online and mobile accounts, and learn to identify risks and threats. Participants will walk away with a better understanding of their personal security and safety priorities and actionable steps to implement right away.

Authors: Tania Lee & Slammer Musuta


DCPL Cryptoparty (October 22, 2018)

This repo includes slides from a Cryptoparty that Tania & Slammer thru with the DC Public Library. A CryptoParty is a free, decentralized public gathering to learn different approaches to privacy and security for your computers, mobile devices, social media, and other digital platforms.

Feel free to throw your own Cryptoparty & use these slides. Fore more resources on how to organize a Cryptoparty.

Personal Security Checklist

Alex Ulsh Personal Security Checklist (Last Updated: 2016)

DIY Cybersecurity for Domestic Violence (Last Updated: May 2017)

Survelliance Tips

Electronica Frontier Foundation's Surveillance Self-Defense Tips

Tips for Organizers

Digital Security Tips for Protesters (Last Updated: Nov 2017)

Tips on Organizing Your Own Digital Security Gathering

First 3 Sessions of Your Event

Ice Breakers andd Energizers

Setting Expectations for Participants Organizers and Yourself

Digital Security Resources for Trainers

Throw a CryptoParty

Traveling & Digital Security

Digital Privacy Border 2017

Security is for Everyone - Shannon Turner

Security is for Everyone Youtube Playlist

Security is for Everyone - Slides


Note to Self