HACKATHON FOR JOURNALISTS
Monday 4 February 2019 – 9:00-12:00am
Press Club Brussels Europe, Rue Froissart 95
Workshop under Chatham House rules
Register by email at email@example.com
Co-designing independent open
source tools for protecting journalists and their sources in 2019. What’s in it for you as EU correspondents and for media reporting on European Affairs?
Belgium plays host to a worldwide gathering of developers using free and open software, known as FOSDEM (www.fosdem.org/2019). This year the Université Libre de Bruxelles ULB campus will host FOSDEM on the first weekend of February.
AEJ Belgium invites you to the Press Club Brussels Europe on Monday February 4 (9:00-12:00am) to meet some Necunos ‘white hat hackers’ from the FOSDEM19 event to discuss current security tools and why they may not be enough (for journalists).
This is one more reason for AEJ Belgium to co-organise this #infosec hackathon and get your input on the design of the upcoming secure new mobile devices and software to empower journalism and the internet of trust.
09:00 ARRIVAL & REGISTRATIONS
FOSDEM 2019 from inside – photo report over coffee
09:15 PLENARY: #INFOSEC FOR JOURNALISTS
Welcome by Maroun Labaki, President of the Press Club Brussels Europe
Welcome by Lieven Taillie, President of the Ass. of European Journalists Belgium
Moderation by AEJ Belgium
Protecting Freedom of Speech by Free & Open Source Soft-/Hardware
- What is FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) and why is it important for journalists?
- Security tools that you use today and why they aren’t enough – link to new “Peruggia principles” made by journalists
- Necunos Solution is simple, powerful and extremely hard to make.
- Intro to Necunos & Investigative Journalism #infosec Hackathon
10:00 BREAK & COFFEE
10:15 #INFOSEC HACKATHON FOR ”NE_1” TO JOURNALISTS
Small groups: Choose in between Hackathon TEAM and SOLO approaches
Questions to choose the Hackathon group:
I have “NO SECRETS”, why I need #infosec? (awareness)
My TEAM needs secure communications internally and with sources – how can Necunos help?
I need secure communication for reporting SOLO and to protect my sources – how can Necunos help?
11.15 WRAP-UP & DEBATE
Proposals on best use of NE_1 to empower journalism & debate on how to get there.
Register by email at : firstname.lastname@example.org
Bring your questions and creativity for your online security.
Tweeting: #infosec #HackForJournalism
Tanja Drca – Necunos Ltd @Necunoscom (https://necunos.com)
Lieven Taillie / Mikko Salo AEJ Belgium @AEJBelgium (http://www.aej-belgium.eu)
FOSDEM19 @fosdem (https://fosdem.org/2019/)