Harlo Holmes is the Director of Newsroom Digital Security at Freedom of the Press Foundation. She strives to help individual journalists in various media organizations become confident and effective in securing their communications within their newsrooms, with their sources, and with the public at large. She is a media scholar, software programmer, and activist; and contributes regularly to the open source mobile security collective the Guardian Project.
Harlo’s work on Source
- Meet KeyBlur and America’s Slow Lane
- How to Make a News App in Two Days
- Lessons from the ProPublica/OpenNews Popup News Apps Team
Articles by Harlo
Harlo Holmes on Newsroom Security in 2017
The Freedom of the Press Foundation’s Director of Digital Security on the biggest risks newsrooms facePosted on
Harlo Holmes is a media scholar, software programmer, and activist who leads digital security work for the Freedom of the Press Foundation, the organization co-founded by Daniel Ellsberg and Trevor Timm in 2012 to fund and protect adversarial investigative journalism. Holmes has long been a contributor to the open source mobile security collective The Guardian Project, and was a founding member of the DeepLab cyberfeminist collective. In 2014, Holmes was a Knight-Mozilla Fellow at the New York Times.
Lessons from the ProPublica/OpenNews Popup News Apps Team
Process, Realistic Expectations, and Building a Team in Two DaysPosted on
More things learned about process, expectations, and how to build a functioning team in two days, from Dan Sinker and the 2014 OpenNews Fellows.