Protect what's important, online and offline.
Use our guides below to keep yourself, your loved ones, your job and your reputation safe in the face of online harassment.
Click here to learn how to take action against specific types of online harassment.
Digital Security concerns
Securing your personal data--whether it be financial, medical, family-related, or otherwise--is critical to protecting against its unauthorized or even criminal use.Emotional Wellbeing concerns
Online abuse can cause psychological trauma. Taking care of your emotional and mental health is critical when it comes to dealing with online abuse--and regaining a sense of control over your life.Proper Documentation concerns
Proper documentation is critical to making a legal case and to ensuring that you have the facts and timeline of abuse on record. Learn how to do it right by using this action plan.Two Factor Authentication (2FA) concerns
Using 2FA adds a layer of security to your accounts beyond a password, lowering your risk of being defrauded even if your login information is stolen. Use this plan to set up 2FA for your needs.Communicating with Your Employer and Colleagues concerns
When you are targeted online, your credibility, career, and even your personal wellbeing and safety may come under attack. Learn how to address your work-related concerns here.Threat Modeling concerns
There is no “one size fits all” approach to protecting yourself and loved ones from online abuse. It’s important to consider what is important to you, and what you’re willing to do, if abused online.