Why the cyber security ratings of U.S. presidential contenders matter

Why the cyber security ratings of U.S. presidential contenders matter

Paul Gagliardi, head of threat intelligence and CISO at SecurityScorecard, investigates how secure the U.S. presidential campaigns actually are and whether they have learned their lessons from 2016.

Cyber security is going to be a hot topic in the run up to this year’s U.S. presidential elections in light of the controversy surrounding the 2016 polls, which were marred by hacking and allegations of foreign interference.

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