Election Hacking and the Future of Politics
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James Carville, campaign strategist for former President Bill Clinton, was the keynote speaker at a conference on U.S. election hacking. He discussed foreign interference in U.S. elections and the impact on the future of politics. Cybersecurity expert Bryan Cunningham, a former senior CIA officer and White House lawyer, moderated the conversation and questions from students.
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- James Carville Manager (Former) Clinton (William J.) Presidential Campaign
Bryan Cunningham Deputy Legal Adviser (Former) White House->National Security Council
- University of California, Irvine | Cybersecurity Policy InstituteUniversity of California, Irvine | Cybersecurity Policy Institute
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