Civil Society Resources
Privacy and Security Resources for Civil Society Groups
We’ve compiled a list of useful guides and resources relevant to civil society groups in Singapore.
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Need a primer on digital privacy and security resources for civil society? Check out these essential guides and resources:
Does your organisation have a security policy?
Generate one with SOAP, a useful tool which not only provides an easy starting point for developing a security policy, but also poses important hypothetical situations for your organisation to consider.
Need guidance for emergency situations?
Try the Digital First Aid Kit — which contains guidance for situations such as “someone is impersonating me online” and “I have lost my data”.
Having difficulty over choosing which VPN to use for more private browsing? Unclear on the reasons for why you might want to use a VPN? Check out these articles:
Highlight: Of note, check out Psiphon!
In a related point, check out these tools and plugins for making your browsing more private: Privacy Badger, HTTPS Everywhere, uBlock origin, Ghostery:
Looking for more privacy-friendly communication tools?
Email: Protonmail, Tutanota
Instant messaging: Signal
Securely and anonymously receiving documents: SecureDrop
Community platforms: Mastodon, Run Your Own Social
Electronic Frontier Foundation: How Public Interest Internet is Trying to Save Messaging and Banish Big Social Media
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