Don't let a hack be what makes your campaign front page news
Politicians and political campaigns are increasingly victims of cyberattacks. Russia, Iran, China, and North Korea have already generated tens of thousands of attacks on American lawmakers in the early stages of the 2020 cycle.
Campaigns often form quickly, operate on a tight budget, incorporate many moving parts, and have varied levels of technical expertise. Defensive and preparatory actions need to be tailored to specific contexts, requiring candidates and advisors to have knowledge of cyber threats and the unique environment in which campaigns operate.
While cybersecurity threats have no silver bullet solutions, a range of technical and behavioral changes can dramatically reduce the likelihood of the success of both domestic and foreign attacks. The right training, in the right context, can make campaigns much more secure.
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