Security is a team sport. When communities learn good digital security practices together, what they learn is more likely to stick. It's also more effective – for example, there's little point in using encrypted communications if none of your friends use it.
Security Education is an archive of curated Deeplinks posts for trainers, technologists, and educators who teach digital security.
Whether you're looking for some tutorials to share with your friends, up-to-date news relating to digital security, or resources for your digital security trainings, we've compiled our best resources in Security Education.
Issues that we track here include: country-specific policy updates on security and privacy, updates on malware and vulnerabilities, discussions on encryption and privacy-protecting tools, updates on surveillance (corporate surveillance, street-level surveillance, and mass surveillance), device searches by law and border enforcement, tracking in devices, and general digital security tips.
In anticipation of EFF’s upcoming teacher’s edition of Surveillance Self-Defense (ssd.eff.org), the Security Education page is also where EFF will post early versions of our new digital security teaching materials.