Campaign managers for Clinton, Romney team up to fight foreign hackers

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Jul 18 2017

Enlarge / Eric Rosenbach, who served as the chief of staff to the secretary of defense from 2015 until 2017, seen here in 2014. (credit: Center for Strategic & International Studies)

A new group at Harvard University staffed by the former campaign managers of the Hillary Clinton and Mitt Romney campaigns, along with other top security experts, have banded together to help mitigate various types of online attacks that threaten American democracy.

The initiative, dubbed “Defending Digital Democracy,” will be run by former chief of staff for the secretary of defense, Eric Rosenbach.

“Americans across the political spectrum agree that political contests should be decided by the power of ideas, not the skill of foreign hackers,” Rosenbach said in a Tuesday statement. “Cyber deterrence starts with strong cyber defense—and this project brings together key partners in politics, national security, and technology to generate innovative ideas to safeguard our key democratic institutions.”

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Campaign managers for Clinton, Romney team up to fight foreign hackers

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