Rapid Response To Targeted Threats: CiviCDR Case Study
|Rapid Response To Targeted Threats: CiviCDR Case Study|
|Presenter(s)||Meg Hood, Holly Kilroy|
|Title(s)||Rapid Response Coordinator, Programme Manager|
|Organization(s)||ASL19, Small Media|
|Project(s)||CiviCDR: Civil Society Centre for Digital Resilience|
|Social media||@megh00d, @hollykilroy|
|2017 theme||Training and Best Practices|
This session will involve two parts: a sharing of our process of developing rapid response methods for a very specific community facing very specific threats (Iranian diaspora activists), and a discussion of best practices and Q&A. It will be relevant for activists who face targeted threats, as well as security specialists who are knowledgeable or curious about best practices.
While security is a much debated topic and literacy tends to be high at IFF, this session will focus on community rapid response tactics over individual/organizational best practices. The first session will involve: (1) Sharing our overall approach responding to the community, (2) Sharing specific examples of targeted threats and rapid responses, (3) Preventive measures to decrease vulnerability to successful attacks.
|Target Groups||Security Trainers, Frontline Activists|