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Black Hat Cybersecurity Leaders Prefer Clinton Compared to Trump

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Black Hat Cybersecurity Leaders Prefer Clinton Compared to Trump

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This article was posted on Thursday, 23:00, UTC.

If anyone has learned the importance of cybersecurity, it’s Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, according to the founder of Black Hat, a conference for the best of the cybersecurity world. Despite the fact that Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic party have been hacked, cybersecurity leaders are in favor of Clinton as the next president of the United States, according to a report from NPR. This year saw the 19th Black Hat conference in Sin City, which typically attracts around 11,000 hackers from across the globe, intent on fixing cybersecurity problems for the future. Their aim is to demonstrate the…

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