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7 security and privacy concerns at the polls

17
Sep
2015
7 security and privacy concerns at the polls

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A recent by Wakefield Research delved into the psyche of the American voter asking them many questions about who will lead them through cyberspace the next four years. According to the survey, which was sponsored by , the majority (64 percent) of registered U.S. believe it is likely that a 2016 will be hacked.

Despite Hillary Clinton’s private email controversy, 42 percent of registered voters surveyed think she is the presidential candidate most qualified to protect the United States from cyber-attacks. She is followed by Donald Trump (24 percent), Scott Walker (18 percent) and Jeb Bush (15 percent).

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