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With these five steps, political campaigns can increase their cybersecurity.
After the DNC hack, cyberattacks have become a new normal especially targeting US political campaigns. A new guide published by the bipartisan Defending Digital Democracy Project (D3P) at Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, offers top five checklists for better cybersecurity.
1. Set the Tone
2. Use the cloud
3. Use two-factor authentication
4. Create strong, long passwords
5. Plan and prepare
You can access the Cybersecurity Campaign Playbook here
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