Key steps for election officials & campaigners to secure the 2020 elections

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This 50 minute roundtable webinar featuring cybersecurity experts in the field of election security from Defending Digital Campaigns (DDC), AccountGuard services by Microsoft, Patriot Consulting and Yubico, will explore the current landscape of cyber attacks across the election ecosystem, and measures that political campaigners and election officials can take to ensure greater security and integrity from now through November.

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