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Election Security | Issues | House Committee on Homeland Security

Election Security | Issues | House Committee on Homeland Security Skip to primary navigation[1] Skip to content[2] November 17, 2020 • Press Release Chairs Thompson and Underwood Statement on Trump Firing Chris Krebs[3] November 12, 2020 • Press Release Chairman Thompson Statement on Reports Trump May Fire Top Cybersecurity Leadership[4] August 27, 2020 • Media Advisory TOMORROW: Congressional Hearing on...

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Press Release on Disinformation Campaign Regarding the Role of the OAS in the Bolivian Elections

Press Release Press Release on Disinformation Campaign Regarding the Role of the OAS in the Bolivian Elections   June 16, 2020 In recent days, a malicious campaign of disinformation against the OAS regarding its role in Bolivia’s last elections has been mounted with obvious political objectives. As part of that campaign, the OAS was even asked to validate the results of...

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Google Joins Defending Digital Campaigns To Protect 2020 Campaigns — Defending Digital Campaigns

Google becomes 22nd company to partner with DDC WASHINGTON – Defending Digital Campaigns (DDC), a nonprofit and nonpartisan organization committed to bringing cybersecurity tools and resources to federal election campaigns, announced today that it has partnered with Google to provide campaigns with free security keys through the company’s Advanced Protection Program. Google’s Advanced Protection Program is a critical and fundamental...

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Press Release: October 31, 2019 — Defending Digital Campaigns

Defending Digital Campaigns announces its first president and CEO, board members and initial service offerings WASHINGTON — Defending Digital Campaigns (DDC), a new nonprofit and nonpartisan organization committed to bringing cybersecurity tools and resources to federal election campaigns, announced today that Michael Kaiser has been named the organization’s first president and CEO. Additionally, the group released a list of initial...

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