InfoSec Handbook 2016, English
Information security for investigative journalists and for you
Online protecting yourself, your story and your source
Version 1.2 – 2019
Photo front/back: Pixabay CC0
Text and design: Helma de Boer
This book was written for professionals who need to protect their information - people like journalists, lawyers, policitians, researchers and activists. However, if you do not consider yourself to be one of those professionals, but merely insist on actually having the right to privacy guaranteed to you under the UN Declaration Of Human Rights  Article 12, this book is also for you.
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This handbook is available in several languages. The Dutch translation and the 2020 update of the English version is provided by Helma de Boer of ArtheosIf you would like to offer any feedback about this book, we would be most grateful to receive it. Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (PGP key 0xEEA94382).
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