Thank you for making security a priority and taking steps to secure your devices. This page has links to resources you might find helpful.

In much the same way we’ve decentralized the organization and applications, we’ve done the same for security.
It means the vast majority of the attack surface is you, the people that contribute. Furthermore, the controls and information a security specialist has in terms of making decisions and monitoring how things are run is constrained. It also means education takes a forward step in importance across the organization, and personal responsibility of quality security practices become paramount. It is up the people to understand potential threats, take preventative measures, and report any issues they come across to the security team to protect the organization as a whole.
– @petty

Getting help

Above all else, never be afraid to ask for help, ask questions, or report concerns about security. Until we have official infrastructure for support tickets, drop by #security for more broad, public question and #security-internal for anything that is more private.


Check out this list of essential hardware.

Best practices

  • This open source security checklist helps you improve your online security and privacy in a clear, easy-to-follow list format. You can check off completed items as you go along.
  • Fancy giving your security a spring clean? Check out this crypto advent calendar with daily bite sized security tips.
  • Take this phishing test to see how savvy you are when it comes to detecting phishing.

Password manager

Our password manager is Bitwarden, everyone is free to use it to store and secure passwords. You can request an invite from @terry.

Security team

Learn more about security @ Status here.