US firm offers free cybersecurity help to federal campaigns


Susan Stannis San Francisco cyber security company is coming to the rescue of some political campaigns that are once again being threatened by hackers KCBS is Matt Bigler has more cloud flare a web infrastructure and security company based in San Francisco is announcing this morning it is offering free cyber security tools to federal election campaigns with the goal of awarding a repeat of the twenty sixteen election well I think it's fantastic Michael Kaiser is president and CEO of defending digital campaigns which is partnering with cloudflare help the campaigns will go out and do their work with a little more peace of mind that you know they're protecting their information they're protecting their candidates information and they can just focus on the work of a running a great campaign the security services include enhanced firewalls which defend that works from unauthorized access four years ago Russian agents hacked Hillary Clinton's campaign leaking sensitive emails and documents that were then used as political ammunition Matt Bigler

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