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[liberationtech] Fwd: looking for civsoc cybersec folk

Yosem Companys companys at stanford.edu
Tue Nov 1 06:23:11 PDT 2011


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From: Eric S Johnson <ejohnson at informsec.net>
Date: Tue, Nov 1, 2011 at 2:06 AM
Subject: looking for civsoc cybersec folk
To: crates at oneotaslopes.org


Dear “technology for rights” friends,****

** **

Next week we’ll launch the Information Security Coalition. One of the ISC’s
activity vectors will be to resource a small team of full-time
cybersecurity-savvy specialists to each provide long-term cybersecurity
mentoring to ~25 activists, rights defenders, and independent
media/journalists from the ~20 less-free countries. I’m supposing the kinds
of issues we’ll encounter are along the lines of what’s in the attached
(comments, criticisms, suggestions welcome), but we plan to try to deal
with whatever issues are the most critical in a given place and time.****

               I’m writing to you to ask you to distribute this job
description <http://counterpart.devhire.devex.com/jobs/324334> to anyone
you think might be interested in applying. We’ll start hiring later this
month.****

** **

I’ve been in touch with many of you privately, or you might’ve already been
in touch with ISC CIO Carolyn Anhalt or CTO Ray Short, but I wanted to get
this JD circulated broadly, so apologies for the impersonal mailing and/or
for duplication. (I’m not posting this to LibTech because I don’t know
who-all’s there, and I’d rather not tip off any lurking “bad guys.”)****

** **

Best wishes (from Bishkek today),****

Eric****

ISC Director****
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