Digital Rights Summer School: Where Is AI Leading Us
The second Digital Rights Summer School was held from July 23rd to 29th in Perast, Montenegro, with more than 50 participants and lecturers coming together to exchange and acquire knowledge about current issues at the intersection of society, technology, and human rights. The Digital Rights […]
Strengthening Cybersecurity: MFA v. Phishing
In today’s digital landscape, cybersecurity is of paramount importance to protect sensitive information from unauthorized access. Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) has emerged as a powerful security measure, adding an extra layer of protection against account breaches. MFA is an authentication approach that strengthens the login process […]
Empowering Individuals for Enhanced Identity Protection
Although cybersecurity may appear to be primarily a technological concern, it ultimately revolves around human beings. Humans play a pivotal role in cybersecurity, as they can unintentionally compromise sensitive information and systems through social engineering tactics or errors, emphasizing the need to empower individuals with […]
What Are the Latest Developments for a Strong Passwordless Authentication?
Corporate and personal data are being stored in distributed cloud platforms at a growing rate due to the acceleration of digital transformation across all industries and sectors, increased adoption of cloud-based technologies, and hybrid work norms. Many entities, including apps, organizations, people, devices, etc., have […]
Apply for the Digital Rights Summer School
The applications for the 2023 Digital Rights Summer School in Perast, Montenegro are now open! The School takes place from 23 to 29 July, and the program for 2023 is designed for enthusiasts based in Southeast Europe, who are passionate about digital rights and eager […]
All you need to know about security on the internet
Without basic digital hygiene there is no security on the internet. The software we use is not perfect and each vulnerability puts our data at risk of being misused by cybercriminals. Why is it important to take care of the security of online services, accounts […]
The Pegasus Project: what happened and how to protect yourself
More than 180 journalists were discovered in a database of phone numbers designated for potential espionage, thanks to a leak of documents given to the Forbidden Stories journalistic collective and Amnesty International. The choice of targets for surveillance was made by clients of the Israeli […]
Digital rights faltering amid political, social unrest: What now?
The SEE Network of civil society organisations is inviting all interested participants to join the first online discussion and knowledge share on the state of digital rights in Southern and Eastern Europe on July 1. At the July 1 event (3pm – 4.30pm, CET) BIRN […]
Digital security in one place
SHARE Foundation has developed the Cybersecurity Toolkit – an open platform that provides one-stop instructions and possible solutions to problems with websites, applications or devices, allows you to learn more about good practices in the protection of information systems and digital goods and offers advice […]
Clubhouse – our worst hangover yet!
Clubhouse is not the origin of all evil when it comes to compromising user privacy and the grave consequences of it. But, in the times we live in, where privacy became a household name and a recurrent legal and PR problem for established platforms like […]