A project of the stratosphere laboratory

CIVILSPHERE

Securing the front lines

We provide free solutions to NGOs, journalists, and people at risk
to protect them against targeted cyber attacks.

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Our Core Services
 

 

emergency VPN

Is your phone safe to use?

The Emergency VPN is a service that provides a free security analysis of your mobile device network traffic to determine if your phone is infected, under attack, or compromised. Once you connect to the Emergency VPN, our team will capture the network traffic generated from the device for a few days. We will thoroughly analyse the data received and determine if your phone is infected, or if there are any threats that you should be aware of. Learn More

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afraid to open that email?

Spear phishing attacks are one of the most effective ways of compromising a target. Attackers may craft emails that look like real legitimate emails. Even security professionals sometimes find hard to distinguish a real email from an email crafted by attackers. Our service allows anyone at risk to send us a copy of the suspicious email, and our team will check very fast if the email was an attack or not. Are you afraid of opening that email? Just email it to us. Learn More

cloud-based malware detection

How healthy is your network?

For NGOs we provide a cloud-based service where we run our machine learning algorithms to remotely detect the malicious behaviours of infected computers in the NGO’s network. The organisations should only install a small software on their networks to send the flows to analyse. These flows only contain metadata and are highly protected by the Czech Technical University in Prague by signing Non Disclosure Agreements (NDA). Learn More

 

Our team

 
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SEBASTIAN GARCIA, DIRECTOR

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VERONICA VALEROS, TEAM LEAD

 
 
 
 
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KAMILA BABAYEVA, RESEARCHER

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JAN FAJFER, RESEARCHER

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JOACHIM SUICO, RESEARCHER

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DENISE ALTIERI. FELLOW.

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BRYAN CAMPBELL, THREAT EXPERT

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RADHIKA GUPTA, RESEARCHER

 
 
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The CivilSphere project runs thanks to the support of the Avast Foundation

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The Avast Foundation was established in 2010. With funds donated by Avast, as well as the time and talent of the over 1,700 Avast employees who volunteer, we work directly and indirectly to support communities around the world and promote the values of freedom and choice that create meaningful lives. The Foundation attests to Avast’s commitment to being a responsible leader in the world.