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WASHINGTON D.C. - Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe delivered the following remarks during a press conference on election security at FBI Headquarters with FBI Director Christopher Wray. (Remarks as delivered)

 

The President has instructed the Intelligence and Law Enforcement Communities to ensure the 2020 elections are the safest and most secure in our nation’s history.

 

We take that mandate and responsibility seriously. There is nothing more sacred in our republic than the fundamental, democratic principle of one-person, one vote.

 

 

Published in Press Releases 2020

WASHINGTON D.C. - Today, NCSC Director Bill Evanina, FBI Director Chris Wray, NSA Director Paul Nakasone, and CISA Director Chris Krebs released a Public Service Announcement on the security of the upcoming 2020 election.

 

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WASHINGTON D.C. - Statement by William R. Evanina Director of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center Office of the Director of National Intelligence “Election Threat Update for the American Public”

 

On July 24, 2020, I issued a statement to the American public providing an unclassified overview of foreign threats to the 2020 election and offering basic steps to mitigate some of these threats. At that time, I pledged that the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) would continue to update the American public and other key stakeholders on the evolving election threat landscape, while also safeguarding our intelligence sources and methods.

 

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WASHINGTON D.C. - Statement by William R. Evanina Director of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center Office of the Director of National Intelligence “Election Threat Update for the American Public”

 

On July 24, 2020, I issued a statement to the American public providing an unclassified overview of foreign threats to the 2020 election and offering basic steps to mitigate some of these threats. At that time, I pledged that the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) would continue to update the American public and other key stakeholders on the evolving election threat landscape, while also safeguarding our intelligence sources and methods.

 

Published in Press Releases 2020

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