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FBI offers cybersecurity tips for campaigns

March 7, 2019

Protected Voices is an FBI initiative, coordinated with DHS and ODNI, to mitigate the risk of cyber influence operations targeting U.S. elections. As part of Protected Voices, the FBI has released a number of short videos to help political campaigns defend against attacks on their computer networks. The videos cover topics such as social engineering, creating strong passwords, using public Wi-Fi safely, and more. This information is geared toward campaigns, but is good information for anyone who uses a computer or mobile device. To view the videos, go to