Filmmakers, take action: A new digital security resource and free digital security clinic

Today, we're launching an interactive digital security platform and free clinic for filmmakers.

What journalists should know about detecting and mitigating Pegasus spyware

At Freedom of the Press Foundation, we assist journalists on their digital security habits to help them work more safely and sustainably. So we take it a little personally when …

Journalism’s treacherous relationship with email

In journalistic work, email introduces needless risk. But it's also tough to avoid. We must think through when and how to switch to different channels.

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Our Digital Security Team discusses arrests of U.S. journalists in 2020

Freedom of the Press Foundation recently released a report detailing a record number of arrests throughout 2020 based on comprehensive data gathered by the U.S. Press Freedom Tracker, a …

Security and privacy tips for journalists in a moment of turbulence

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?

U.S. election security incidents were minimal — and now it gets messy

While there is now little evidence of U.S. election malfeasance, there's still so much more we can do.

Security considerations for confidential tip pages

How journalists can safely make the most of their confidential tip pages.

What we know about video conferencing with BigBlueButton

Learn about the security, privacy, and anti-abuse measures of the BigBlueButton video chat platform.

Journalists, how private are your Slack messages really?

It's time to rethink your privacy on Slack.