Colorado Springs’ National Cybersecurity Center prepares for massive expansion

Originally Featured on Fox 21 News

COLORADO SPRINGS – Three and a half years ago, then-Governor John Hickenlooper and Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers came up with a plan to create a hub for cybersecurity training and businesses in the city.

Three and a half years later Hickenlooper, a Democrat now is in the U.S Senate, and Suthers, a conservative mayor, returned to the building that is now that hub—the National Cybersecurity Center off North Nevada.

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Google expands election security support to elected officials, political campaigns

Originally Featured on The Fulcrum

Google announced Tuesday its plans to expand free election security services to elected officials and political campaigns across the country.

During the 2020 election cycle, the tech company, in collaboration with the nonprofit Defending Digital Campaigns, provided cybersecurity support to federal campaigns. Google’s new 50-state venture builds on this by expanding services to eligible campaigns and political parties, committees and related organizations, as well as elected officials and their staff.

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