- Media Workshop: Digital Security & Privacy for Newsrooms
Digital Security & Privacy for Newsrooms
What is the workshop?
An initiative called "Digital Security & Privacy for Newsrooms" for working journalists, editors, journalism/media educators, and students.
Journalists have become more vulnerable on assignment in dangerous places, but also in their daily routines, at home, in the newsroom, or on the road, as digital surveillance increases.
The objective of this workshop is to ensure secure communication and storage of confidential data/sources and avoid surveillance/mobile tracking for media houses.
Who should attend?
- Working Journalists & Editors
- Journalism/Media Educators
- Journalism Students
- CTO, CISO, Information Security Managers from News Organizations
Note: These workshops are designed keeping in mind at-risk groups like - Journalists, Lawyers, Activists which are prone to surveillance and cyberattacks.
It's highly recommended for people who work in similar fields.
For more information about upcoming workshops or a private session at your media organization, contact us: [email protected].
|10:00 to 10:45||Importance of digital security & privacy for journalists - case study by Joseph Cox|
|10:45 to 11:00||BREAK|
|11:00 to 11:45||Reporting on breaches - from reactive to proactive by Nirmal John|
|11:45 to 12:45||Secure communications - Tor & SecureDrop by Kushal Das|
|12:45 to 13:45||LUNCH|
|13:45 to 15:00||Securing mobile devices from Hackers by Pratik Ghumade|
|15:00 to 15:15||BREAK|
|15:15 to 16:00||Threat modelling by Pratik Ghumade|