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Election officials are "the front lines of the information age," said Eric Rosenbach, co-director of Harvard's Belfer Center and a former Defense Department chief of staff in the Obama administration. "After what the Russians did, every other bad guy is going to come after our democracy now." http://abcn.ws/2swudOD

#ElectionPlaybook provides actionable steps to protect elections against cyberattacks: http://bit.ly/2EDpTC5

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Former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Energy Elizabeth D. Sherwood-Randall discusses the smart grid, the U.S. nuclear arsenal, and energy sources of the future on the latest #OfficeHours.

Watch: http://bit.ly/2szEppO
Listen: http://bit.ly/2EE5ahD
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"It's not a question of whether somebody is going to try to breach the system," said Robby Mook, manager of the 2016 Clinton campaign ... "The question is: 'How resilient are we and what are we doing to protect ourselves?'" http://abcn.ws/2swudOD

#ElectionPlaybook provides actionable steps to protect elections against cyberattacks: http://bit.ly/2EDpTC5

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Defending Digital Democracy Releases New Playbooks for States to Counter Election Cyberattacks and Information Operations http://bit.ly/2EECq8c

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Three new playbooks from the Belfer Center's Defending Digital Democracy Project provide state and local officials with expert advice and practical guidelines for securing voting systems. http://bit.ly/2EECq8c
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Feb. 21: Learn how the Federal Government fuels and fosters innovation, with Belfer Center Director Ash Carter, former Secretary of Defense http://bit.ly/2slj8jq

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Read the AP's investigation into what states can do to secure their elections, featuring D3P's new #ElectionPlaybook: http://bit.ly/2surNQy

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In their new Wall Street Journal essay, Gernot Wagner and Martin L. Weitzman argue that pumping aerosols into the stratosphere may buy us more time, but it’s no substitute for cutting carbon emissions. http://on.wsj.com/2szDfdN

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Quote of the Week:
“It’s a very optimistic time in North Korea. There’s a feeling of prosperity and hope.” –John Park on North Korea's delegation at the Winter Olympics http://bit.ly/2EFXuLH
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