Invitation IFLRY Belarus Programme Training in Vilnius, 22-24 November 2013

Invitation IFLRY Belarus Programme Training in Vilnius, 22-24 November 2013

From November 22-24 the IFLRY Belarus Programme will host a training with the topic “Training on Internet- and Communication Security” in Vilnius, Lithuania.

Internet- and Communication Security are very important issues in the modern society and essential for preserving individual privacy. The internet and other means of modern communication contain a lot of dangerous backdoors that can be used by criminal individuals or organizations, companies or governmental institutions to compromise privacy, spy on personal data and do harm to the user.

This training will on the one hand give a short overview on the political discussion on privacy and security in the internet and on the other hand provide detailed instructions on how to secure communication with personal computers, mobile phones and other devices. Subjects of the training will include mail-encryption, anonymous browsing, the search and identification for viruses and malware and several other topics that are essential in the field of communication security. Furthermore the trainers will show the participants how to organize similar trainings back at home to instruct their friends and fellow activists.

The call is open until the 25th of October 2013.

For any questions contact Belarus Programme Manager Daniel George (daniel.george@iflry.org). You can apply for the event under the following link:

http://www.tinyurl.com/l9zko62

Please find all needed information in the following documents:

Invitation (.pdf)

Draft Program (.pdf)

In case you have problems to fill out the online-form or have to send the application through someone else, you can also use the following application form and send it to belarus@iflry.org:

Application Form (.doc)

Before applying please make sure to read and understand the conditions stated in the invitation document. This event is only open to applicants with residence in Belarus and Belarusian nationals living abroad. Exceptions can only be made on prior agreement with the organizers.



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