Umbrella educates the user on physical and digital security in risky environments


Umbrella is an application created with contributions from NGOs, media, humanitarian aid and the open source technology community which educates the user about physical and digital security risks.

The app is geared towards users operating in sensitive environments such as humanitarian workers, journalists, human rights activists and people traveling to high-risk areas.

Umbrella provides detailed advice to operate safely in hostile environments through lessons that help the user to learn about a topic that can be followed through checklists.

The dashboard allows you to track your progress, report incidents with forms, while the feeds update with threat alerts from trusted sources such as the UN, ReliefWeb, Global Disaster and Alert Coordination System and Centers for Disease Control.

Your data is encrypted on your device, however you can add a password or hide the app in case of an emergency.

Umbrella is available for Android for free with no in-app purchases And asks for permissions to access Wi-Fi connection information and photos, media and files.

Below you will find the trailer and the badge to find theapplication In the Play Store from Google. Android 4.1 or later is sufficient for installation.

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