In the aftermath of security incidences in Kenya, National security has been brought to the fore front as a priority area. Terror attacks and similar events have resulted in the hasty passage of various laws. Such laws, intended as a remedy to the national security concern, have been found to infringedon fundamental human rights and freedoms enshrined in the Constitution of Kenya. In response, court challenges of the laws have led to a number of them being declared unconstitutional. This practice of appropriating the legislative process followed by lengthy constitutional challenges is both costly and unnecessary. Therefore, there is a need for a proper methodology to ensure that national security interests are achieved while upholding the bill of rights. This study looked at the right to privacy in security laws. It provides a checklist of factors to consider in security legislations that touch on the right to privacy. Access Report Here.