Collaborative security: From Training to Empowerment
|Collaborative security: From Training to Empowerment|
|Presenter(s)||Renata Aquino Ribeiro, Mohammad Tarakiyee, Ramy, Amarela, Sarah Aoun, Wafa Ben Hassine|
|Organization(s)||Jordan Open Source Association, Access Now, Coding Rights, E.I. Collective, Escola de Ativismo|
|2017 theme||Training & Best Practices|
In this session, we'll talk about some of these structural issues in order to introduce a fantastic panel of presenters with a range of security training experience. We'll discuss the following questions, based on these experiences:
•Different communities have different contexts. When connectivity is an issue in the community, how do you ensure that security is also a concern? •Can you (and should you even try to) shape trainings to empower individuals and communities that have lived experiences you may not know about or understand? •Rapid response situations depend on rapid communication of issues. How do we build relationships that break down communication barriers and ensure proper incident communication? •Are there regularly recommended tools and techniques that you have discovered contextual issues with (for example, recommending a tools that only works on desktop to people who only access the Internet through their smartphones)? •Have you created security knowledge or materials that you would consider collaborative? Why?
We would like to work with attendees to address these questions and others that may arise, with the goal of leaving the session with a set of best practices.
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@InternetFF Collaborative security #WOCsecurity @Tarakiyee @sa0un @ousfourita Natasha, @ahmarela 10Mar Fri 11:00am http://ht.ly/r4uh3093AVf
Session time: 10Mar Fri 11:00-12:00
Room: Gallery Front
|Target Groups||Security Trainers, Front Line Activists|
|Language||English (presenters speak Spanish, Arabic, and Portugese and can answer questions in these languages)|