From Internet filtering and censorship, to surveillance and information warfare, the challenges associated with navigating an increasingly sophisticated and global information network are both numerous and complex.
As a player in this dynamic arena, we recognize that complacency simply is not an option. We have to stay one step ahead of our adversaries by thinking three moves ahead, and thus anticipating their attack strategies before they happen.
That's why at Psiphon, we take research and development seriously. Our main strategic research and development partnership is with the place where Psiphon was born: The Citizen Lab at the Munk Centre for International Studies, University of Toronto. We call this partnership, Psi-LAB
About the Citizen Lab
The Citizen Lab is a "hothouse" that combines the disciplines of political science, sociology, computer science, engineering, and graphic design. Our mission is to undertake advanced research and engage in development that monitors, analyses, and impacts the exercise of political power in cyberspace. The Citizen Lab's ongoing research network includes the Information Warfare Monitorand the OpenNet Initiative and ONI Asia, and benefits from collaborative partnerships with academic institutions, NGOs, and other partners in all regions of the world.
At Psi-LAB, you can expect to find:
- Opportunities to participate in the Psiphon open source research and development community.
- Beta releases of new software and solutions, and "first looks" at emerging technologies.
- Translated guides to Psiphon, and to other circumvention guides, tools, and methods.
- Links to Psiphon's collaborative partners and other research and development resources.
Explore the links to the left to find out more about Psi-LAB