Teaching digital privacy protection tools and protocols to professionals.
Constitutional Communications is a nonprofit organization that specializes in information security for professionals and civil society organizations.
We help secure information against mass surveillance and hacking. Read more about our partnership with Roadmap Consulting for a 2020 Non-Profit Digital Security Cohort, our 2019 work partnering with the American Bar Association to complete a security assessment and training, our 2017 Annual Report and this NY Law Journal Article featuring our work.
Constitutional Communications is a digital security expert provider with the Digital Security Exchange (DSE). DSE connects U.S. civil society organizations to digital security experts who help them stay safe from digital attack.
What former participants are saying about Roadmap/Constitutional Communication’s Digital Security Cohorts:
“This multi-part series was an opportunity to go beyond having a bird’s view of vulnerabilities, and dig deeper and learn the specifics on how to strengthen digital security in practical and understandable ways.”
– Albert Buixade Farre, Biodiversity Funders Group
“Every session was relevant and well facilitated. Especially the clear action steps, the great context and the specific examples of digital security’s importance. It was great and very much worth my time.”
– Mike Thorp, New Era Colorado
“My knowledge of digital security has expanded and will serve a life-long purpose in both my professional and personal life as an ever-changing entity.”
– Kris T., Girls for Gender Equity -NYC
“Well worth the time and money. We gained valuable information and tools that every non-profit should use to protect the integrity and security of their work.”
-Tyger C., Grassroots Policy Project
“Digital security tailored to the values and concerns of our movements! We got knowledge and tools we can start putting to to use right away. Great program!”
-Orson M., Grassroots International
“Even when you are the IT professional on staff, there are always new concepts to learn.”
-Terenee P., Shriver Center on Poverty Law