Attackers are targeting Thai and Burmese activists and human rights defenders on Telegram. Employing heightened digital hygiene practices is critical to avoid phishing and hacking attempts.
Civil society advocates, technologists, and students are invited to participate in a localization sprint on February 18, 2023 to contribute to the development of digital security tools and resources in Thai.
South and Southeast Asia are hotspots for phishing attacks, which have been on the rise as the pandemic accelerated the shift to digital life. Learn about the common types of phishing and how to enhance your digital security in this article.
The Digital Security Localization Fellowship aims to convene a network of localizers to support the development of localized digital security resources in Southeast Asian languages.
On April 9, EngageMedia hosted an online event on the digital threats to Philippine democracy ahead of the May 2022 polls. Watch the full discussion with Prof Nicole Curato, Dr Jonathan Corpus Ong, and reactors from the academe and civil society.
Digital Rights ngan Safety para ha mga Pilipino nga Botante: 9 nga Online Safety Tips para proteheran it imo kalugaring yana nga Eleksyon
Gintirok namon an pira nga mga sagdon para mabuligan ka ngan maibanan an mga hulga ha imo ngan ha imo komunidad ngan ha dayuday madugngan an imo digital security yana kuton ha adlaw han piniliay.
Digital Rights kag Safety para sa Pinoy nga Botante: Nuebe ka Online Safety Tips Para Ikaw Protektabo Subong nga Eleksyon
Para pabakuron ang imo presensya kag kinamatarong sa digital space, yari ang natipon nga pagsulondan sa digital security nga makapalig-on sa imo subong, sa adlaw sang eleksyon, kag sa palaabuton.
Digital Rights and Safety for Filipino Voters: 9 Online Safety Tips to Protect Yourself During the Philippine Elections
More than in past elections, online spaces have become a battleground for votes and a hotbed of digital threats. EngageMedia has compiled a list of tips to help Filipino voters increase their digital security and safely exercise their rights online.
In many Asia-Pacific countries, contact tracing apps are now doubling as vaccine passports, used by governments to enforce various restrictions on travel and entry to a wide variety of venues and establishments. But the widespread waning of vaccine protection against infection and transmission requires a debate on whether vaccine passports are effective as a pandemic management tool – or merely a form of theatre that opens up a host of privacy, and security issues.