Google is expanding its election security efforts to include support for state-level campaigns ahead of the 2022 midterm elections, FOX Business has learned. Google, as part of the worldwide annual Safer Internet Day, also announced it is partnering with the National Cybersecurity Center to provide training for state leaders. Google noted that it made it “a priority to equip campaigns with tools they need to strengthen their own security, protect themselves against digital attacks and reach voters” during the 2020 election cycle.
People around the world use Google products every day to help with things big and small — whether it’s teaching an online class full of students using our Workspace apps or paying for coffee with Google Pay. Keeping you safe online means continuously protecting the security and privacy of your information. The safety of our products is driven by three core principles: treating your information responsibly, protecting it with world-class security and keeping you in control.
Today, as we celebrate Safer Internet Day, we’re sharing the progress we’ve made to create a safer internet, and how we’ll continue to innovate so that every day you’re safer with Google.