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Digital Security Basics – Evening (Tipping Point UK)

Worries about digital security can be a considerable cause of anxiety for organisers and activists.

In this session we will work together on how to have a constructive conversation about digital security risks and preventing them. We’ll look at what security professionals call ‘threat modelling’ and how it can be used in an organising context. The session will also include a refresher on security basics and some practical advice on rolling out these basics across your grassroots groups and organisations.

This session was designed by Alex Worrad-Andrews from Common Knowledge. Alex is a software consultant with more than ten years of industry experience. He worked as a senior software engineer in major startups in London then moved into the tech for good space, working with tech cooperative Outlandish and Lightful, a technology company powering social and environmental change. Alex has worked as a strategy advisor to a range of campaigns and organisations at different scales, from national-level campaign strategy for political parties to grassroots anti-deportation campaigns, an area where he began his organising journey more than 15 years ago.

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Start Tuesday 16 Apr 2024 5:30pm
Finish Tuesday 16 Apr 2024 7:30pm
Organised by Tipping Point UK

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