Guide responds to confusion (at best) among law enforcement and judges evidenced by recent raids of newsrooms and journalists' homes in Kansas and Florida
In 2016, Freedom of the Press Foundation launched Secure The News to track and grade HTTPS adoption by news organizations. Today, five years later, we’re happy to say that its goals have been largely achieved, and we are retiring the project while archiving and preserving its historical data.
Today, we're launching an interactive digital security platform and free clinic for filmmakers.
The environment in the U.S. surrounding digital security threats to journalists is evolving. What should journalists do to better protect themselves, sources, and colleagues from escalating digital security threats?
It's time to rethink your privacy on Slack.
The choice between storing two-factor authentication codes on your device, versus a remote service in the cloud comes with some usability and security trade-offs.
Thinking about securely leaking information to news organizations? This guide will show you how.
Journalism schools have been slow to offer comprehensive security education to students. What's getting in the way?
If your web browser is asking you to install software updates, it may also be asking you to protect itself from getting hacked.