Security is important! Learn about it! But let’s resist the capitalist, neoliberal, victim-blaming rhetoric that would place the responsibility for security on individuals to purchase the right products. We hope that in this series, we’ve provided you alternative tools to communicate more securely and guidelines on how and when to use them. Figure out when your current communication is not secure, and address it on a personal level and with those around you. Talk to your friends about how to build security networks together and how to make security a regular part of your thinking and organizing practices. Face to face conversation in the right location may be the most secure form of communication today, and it’s also essential to our feeling of security, safety and well-being.