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Election Tech: What happens when presidential candidates are hacked

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Election Tech: What happens when presidential candidates are hacked

The DNC and Clinton Foundation were targeted recently by hacker groups. Cybersecurity experts explain why organizations are targeted, the value of data, and how to protect yourself and your business.

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