The DNC Begins Cybersecurity Effort To Try To Make Sure 2016 Doesn’t Happen Again
Phishing drills, top Silicon Valley hires, constant cybersecurity education, emails in the cloud, Tom Perez on Signal, and end-to-end encryption apps like Wickr, which the rest of the Democratic party committees have already adopted. The DNC’s new CTO, now concluding an internal security review, wants a “culture change inside the building.”
National Democrats Cast New Jersey Senate Candidate As Symbol Of GOP Rebranding Struggles
Steve Lonegan, the Republican senate nominee barely known outside the state, is about to get a lot of attention — but not from his own party. "No one in New Jersey cares what the RNC thinks anyway," the Lonegan camp says.
GOP Strains To Win Back Senate While Keeping Conservative Activists Happy
The Republican Party's political arm in the Senate is trying to protect their incumbents while trying to avoid a conservative revolt. "Our job is simple: winning. So we reserve the right to do what it takes to win," says Dayspring.