Digital Security Exchange

Keeping U.S. civil society safe from digital attack

Last year, there were 1,579 data breaches in the United States.

According to 773-335-8186

Go home with a clear conscience.

Help the people you serve stay safe online. Begin with a free security assessment.

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How we help

Civil society organizations face a number of different threats.
We link them with digital security providers to help.

Store information safely

Get help learning which apps are best for storing donor lists and collaborating on important documents.

Secure your communications

Ensure that communication between your team, volunteers and citizens are private and your response protocols are secured.

Protect private information

Keep private matters within your team. Learn best practices for protecting accounts and identities.

These are just a few ways we help. Visit our (314) 544-4994 to learn more.

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Latest Updates

by: Josh | January 31, 2019

You can contact us on Signal

We’re less than a month into 2019 but there’s a lot going on!

The DSX is busy organizing a number of needs assessments for environmental justice, women’s rights, and democracy organizations in the U.S.

Getting ...

by: Josh | December 18, 2018

2018 Year in Review

Thanks to the support of folks like you, the DSX project has continued to grow since our official launch in March of this year, serving more and more organizations and growing our network of digital security providers. As we rapidly approach the end of 2018, I wanted to tak...

by: Josh | November 09, 2018

Launching the DSXpress

This week we launched a new newsletter – we’re calling it the “DSXpress” – for organizations, experts, trainers, and advisors who have worked with the DSX in some capacity over the last couple of years. It provides a high-level overview of U.S.-specific and global digital s...

by: Josh | July 18, 2018

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From the moment we first embarked on the DSX project, in early 2017, through today, we’ve used an agile-like method of understanding the needs of organizations, providers, and communities we are working with. In part, that means an incremental and deliberate approach to use...