After the 2016 hack of the Democratic National Committee, political parties have seen how vulnerable they can be to cyberattacks. To test how they have responded in an environment of mounting threats, SecurityScorecard, a company that analyzes cybersecurity, poked and prodded the networks of several parties in the United States and Europe.

Jasson Casey, chief technology officer at SecurityScorecard, gave Fifth Domain an overview of the results. View the full report on

Jasson Casey, of SecurityScorecard, spoke to Fifth Domain about its recent report detailing political party cybersecurity ahead of crucial elections.
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