It is aimed mainly at lawyers in small law firms, without security expertise readily available.
It is a wiki so, if you want to contribute, please do.
If you want to access this site within Tor, it is available as an .onion service.
This site is not a substitute for taking your own, expert, advice, and not all guidance will suit your needs or threat model. If you face particularly severe threats, or attacks aimed specifically at you, get professional support.
It is not a complete guide. There will be threats it doesn’t mention, things some might do differently, and simply differences of view as to the best way to do something.
Basically, if this helps you, great. But whatever you do or don't do, it's all at your own risk.
Everyone's level of technical skill varies. If you are not confident implementing guidance which is relevant to your needs, take advice.
The security that's appropriate for your needs will depend on your own specific situation. Hopefully, the information here is useful, and helps you head in the right direction. But it's a free online resource, written by people you do not know, so you should not trust it.
It will, hopefully, make you more secure, but it will not make you unhackable. If you want more assurance than you get from a free website, take professional advice.
If you have a heard a term and you are not sure what it means, check our Glossary.
Otherwise, jump straight in to what you want.
You can read this site without registration.
If you want to edit or add to this site, you'll need to register an account. You'll be sent an email with a default password, which you will need to change on your first login. You will also set up authentication code for the two-factor authentication.
Although registration is automatic, you won't be able to create or edit anything until Neil has approved your registration. This approach is, hopefully, a trade off between convenience of registration and minimising spam / vandalism.
No. If it's that good, one of your users will hopefully add it.