Digital security training for women activists from the Balkans, Turkey
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|Title||3-day training for women activists in the Balkans|
|Category||Digital Security Gender and Tech|
|Geolocalization||39° 39' 48", 34° 58' 49"|
|Organisation||TTC for kvinnatillkvinna|
|Target audience||women activists from the Balkans|
|Number of participants||12|
|Context and motivations||HRD from different parts of the Balkans, working on different issues. They had low level of knowledge about Digital Security, all used Facebook for their activism and sharing sensitive data. They all used Windows, most of them non licensed. They all worked and managed sensitive data on regular level.|
|Topics||activists, Feminism, Balkans, DST|
|Links||Articles, videos, photos on-line, ...|
|Agenda|| **AGENDA DAY 1**
15:00-17:00: Welcome, Housekeeping and Objectives**
Introduction Program and objectives Training methodology Expectations Shared agreements (Discussion and agreement) Security guidelines __________________________________________________________________________________________
09:30-11:15: Digital Security risk Assessment**
Participants will learn basic methods for assessing common digital and physical risks to data in the work environment. The group exercise begin with all participants filling a document (information map) about the data they produce/manage and they assess:
1)How sensitive are those data (from a work/activist/privacy perspective? Do they imply personal data about third parties?) + Have you lost sensitive information? How did that happen?
2) As a human rights activist, identify potential risks to your equipment and data in the office/area/place you work in? Vs What kinds of risks are present in public spaces? (Do you see similar issues in public Internet cafes, libraries, airports for instance?) + What kinds of precautions they could take to protect their physical and digital safety or the safety of your work and your network?
3) How do you build trust in your work/activist environment? What are the processes or tools you use to check out integrity, verification, authenticity of data you manage and people you work with?
09:00-09:30: Review of Day 2 by the participants**
09:30-10:30: Practice Keepass/KeepassX**
10:45-13:00: How to protect sensitive data on your computer; PART 1**
Demonstration, installation and hands-on how to protect sensitive and important information with Truecrypt 7.1a.
15:45-17:00: How to keep your Internet communication private; PART1**
09:00-09:30: Review of Day 3**
09:30-10:30: How to keep your Internet communication private; PART 1**
10:45-13:00: How to keep your Internet communication private; PART 1**
|Feelings||How was it ?|
|Feedbacks|| Feedback of the participants:
What did you think about the training, facilitation and organization of the workshop?
a) I think it was really good. They were well organized, training is real source of useful information and facilitators gave a lot of effort to simplify everything, so we could understand.
b) It was well organized, I felt good about it. Trainers were very good and I am thankful to them for this training
c) Everything was very good. Especially the trainers. It was something new for me, the topic and a challenge.
d) Encryption was great, the trainers were very professional and friendly and I believe they made us all interested in topics we usually don't find very interesting.
e) Training was very useful, especially because I didn't have chance until now to attend this kind of workshop.
f) Excellent!! Very important training, very useful. Trainers were amazing!! Great approach, very political! Good balance between theory and practice.
g) The importance of this training cannot be compared to other things. Digital security is more important that it seems and very serious. The facilitation was very good and practical. The organization was good.
h) The training was organized excellent and the trainers were very professional and helpful. Also I consider that this workshop should have a follow-up :)
i)I think everything was perfect.
j) It was very good. Trainers are top quality and very good in explaining. The atmosphere was very pleasant.
k) Very good organization and facilitation
l) Almost everything was good. I mean almost because we didn't get to know mobile security. But I will try to figure out at security in a box
m) Very well organized
|Start||Insisting for participants to close computers when not needed|
|Stop||Covering so much content in so little time|
|Keep||Including feminist perspectives in all the discussions|