2020 Election – Hacking The Vote

Presented by

David Morris | Cameron Koffman | Tinatin Japaridze | Lance James

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The inaugural episode of the Election Hacking series will introduce the topic of who, how and why the upcoming 2020 election will be hacked. Join this interactive Q&A session to learn more about election hacking, its impact, the various stakeholders, and what if anything, can be done. Our unique panel of individuals will bring diverse perspectives to this topic. - Cameron Koffman, who, if elected, would be the youngest candidate since Theodore Roosevelt running for the NY State Assembly - Tinatin Japaridze, former United Nations correspondent for the Russian and Ukrainian media, with expertise in bi-lateral US-Russian relations on cyber security. - Lance James, CEO of Unit 221B and noted cyber security expert who has assisted various law enforcement and government agencies on some of the most highly publicized hacking investigations. Moderator: David Morris, Executive Director at Digital Risk Management Institute

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