The story inside your software updates

If your web browser is asking you to install software updates, it may also be asking you to protect itself from getting hacked.

Choosing a password manager

As password breaches become more frequent, learning how to protect online accounts is more important than ever.

Security, the gift that keeps on giving

This year we're gifting simple security guidance, which I think we can all agree is better than another internet-connected kitchen appliance.

The first time they reach out, protect sources from themselves

Most sources don’t reach out with terribly sensitive information. But sometimes they do.

Why security specialists love to hate cellphone networks

Learn who else could be on the line when making a call on your cell.

Why reporters should always turn on Signal’s disappearing messages

The app's easy-to-use "disappearing messages" feature can prevent sensitive conversations from getting into the wrong hands — when used as a part of a larger practice of secure communications.

11 tips for protecting your privacy and digital security in the age of Trump

Many fear how the Trump admin will use surveillance to stifle dissent. Here's a beginner's guide to upping your privacy and security game. 

How journalists can protect themselves while covering protests

For journalists covering political movements, reporting on protests is crucial, but these events come with unique security challenges. Here's how you can better protect your privacy and security. 

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