Managing online harassment: What to know to ensure your digital and psychological safety

This 75-minute session led by the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma and the Committee to Protect Journalists provides reporters, editors, managers and other news staff with practical digital security steps and psychological precautions to take before, during, and after online harassment and attacks. The briefing covers both digital and psychological safety in the lead-up to and post-U.S. presidential election. The training will be delivered by Elana Newman, PhD., a clinical psychologist and research director for the Dart Center, and Ela Stapley, a digital security expert with the Committee to Protect Journalists and a former freelance journalist.


CPJ’s guide to protecting against targeted online attacks

CPJ’s guide to removing personal data from the internet

CPJ’s digital safety kit for journalists

CPJ’s risk assessment guide

How journalists can get access to a password manager for free.

HORN Network: Help removing the digital trail of online abuse


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