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Securing the Future: Activists and Decentralized Security Solutions

May 9, 5:00 – 6:00 PM

This event is designed to empower activists with the knowledge of decentralized technologies that serve to bolster privacy and enhance security measures.

Public Good App House

About this event

In an age where the digital privacy and security of activists are under constant siege, the imperative for change-makers to equip themselves with the critical knowledge and tools to protect their missions and communities has never been more urgent.

This event is designed to empower activists with the knowledge of decentralized technologies that serve to bolster privacy and enhance security measures.

The agenda includes a blend of insightful talks and live demonstrations by leading Makers of public good technologies.

App Demos

  1. Quiet: a "Slackier Signal" for teams doing sensitive work.
  2. Snowflake: a free and open-source censorship circumvention tool from The Tor Project.

At the Event, You Will:

  1. Learn about the benefits of harnessing decentralized technologies to enhance security and privacy.
  2. Engage with leading public good technologists through product demonstrations.
  3. Participate in interactive Q&A sessions to delve deeper into the benefits and practical applications of decentralized solutions.
  4. Have an opportunity to foster new connections and collaborations for future projects with fellow activists, researchers, and program leaders during networking sessions.



This event is supported by an award from the Filecoin Foundation for the Decentralized Web.

Public Good App House is a project of Caravan Studios, a division of TechSoup.

Speakers

  • Holmes Wilson

    Quiet

    Founder

  • Lindsey Tulloch

    The Tor Project

    Privacy and Security Researcher

Host

  • Billy Bicket

    TechSoup

    Head of Maker Labs

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