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Thursday, May 17 • 09:00 - 10:15
How do you teach privacy tools without the word "privacy"?

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How do you run digital security trainings with communities that don't have a word for "privacy", or even the same concept? How to work with end users that have very different threat models than you're used to? In this session we’ll address the localization challenges in digital security training and development that often aren't considered in the design process. After breaking off into groups, we’ll work through 3 scenarios, and report back to the group opportunities for working with end users to find solutions.

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Jon Camfield

Director, Global Technology Programs, Internews
Tools, training, threats, organizational security, SAFETAG.org, usability and our https://usable.tools project, and more!
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Megan DeBlois

Program Manager, Information Security Programs, Internews
Let's talk usability! Currently working with humans around the globe to make security usable for those who need it most!Twitter: @realMegDeBlois

Thursday May 17, 2018 09:00 - 10:15 EDT