Cybersecurity in Low-Risk Organizations: A Guide for Non-Profits
Sean Brooks and Nomi Conway from the Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity at UC Berkley created this guide to help nonprofits and public interest organizations that are at low risk of targeted cyberattacks improve their cybersecurity practices.
Why Vermont’s Nonprofits Should Be Thinking About Digital Security
Lucy Bernholz, a senior research scholar at Stanford University who studies digital civil society and works on using technology for social good, is interviewed on Vermont public radio to talk about why nonprofits should be thinking about digital security.
Digital Security & Grantcraft Guide
The Ford Foundation, MacArthur Foundation, Knight Foundation, Open Society Foundation, and Mozilla Foundation launched the NetGain initiative in 2015 to jointly address the challenges and opportunities of the digital age. The partnership aims to strengthen digital society, guided by a set of principles acknowledging the role of the Internet and technology in advancing the public…
Weathering the Storms: Building Social Justice Resilience Against Opposition Attacks
Everyday, social justice groups are subject to politically motivated attacks. While such attacks are not new, there has been a definite change in the political climate. Roadmap Consulting has released this report in response to the flood of new opposition attacks on social change organizations. Drawing on years of work with social justice groups and additional research…
Journalist Security Guide
The Committee to Protect Journalists created this “Journalist Security Guide” for journalists or for anyone seeking to produce, protect, and transfer data while working in an unsafe environment (e.g. citizen journalists).