Seguridad digial para defensores de derechos humanos en contextos mineros 3
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|Title||Participation in the Program to strengthen and train on secure communication within the mining corredor|
|Geolocalization||-12° 51' 54", -74° 42' 24"|
|Target audience||popular communicators|
|Number of participants||14|
|Context and motivations||This training was realized within the context of a program which contained a training aimed at strengthening "digital communication and social networks". The organization that facilitated the participation was Cooperacción, an NGO that develops two progamms: the program for collective rights and extractive industries and the program for costal development.|
|Topics||digital security tools for communicators|
|Agenda|| Considering the activities planned for the training it was possible to introduce relevant topics related to privacy, exposing data and protecting sensitive information when using social networks, e-mail and cloud services.
It was also possible to show alternative tools like e-mails with ethical servers, websites to share documents through ethical servers, wire for cellphones with its desktop version, general security configuration for cellphones and Osmand was used for cartographic use.
|Resources|| [[Existing toolkits and resources::From the training part of My shadow the following material was:
How Mobile Communication Works How the Internet works Mobile Communication Mobile Phone Settings (Hands-on) Additionally we used the following websites. https://trackography.org/ https://gendersec.tacticaltech.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page]]