Information Security Essentials for Journalists (Part 2)
Protecting yourself, your colleagues and your sources is even more important in a hostile reporting and media environment.
This is the second of a three-part series by Professor Susan McGregor, assistant director of the Tow Center and digital security expert.
In this second session, McGregor will cover installation and set up of PGP, the same technology used by Edward Snowden to communicate with Laura Poitras and Glenn Greenwald. This single application can be used to add an important layer of protection to any type of media you need to store or share, including text files (for emails and notes), video and photo.
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