National Guard cyber experts working to protect Washington state'

Source: American Military News - View Original Article
Published: Oct 13, 2020
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Bias Rating:

88% Liberal


Bias Score Calculation:

This article includes the following sentiments, providing an average bias score of 88% Liberal:

  • 1 negative sentiment for Police funding


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93% "The 194th works with the Secretary of State's office in the week leading up to an election -- its last mission was during the ..."
86% "(Michael Bonner | [email protected]/TNS)""
79% "I had a colleague who used to say Washington is 'geographically blessed' because a lot of these folks also work at places like Microsoft, ..."
76% "-- it's about the airmen's ingenuity.""
-62% "They come in to do penetration testing, to see if our employees would fall for a phishing attempt and monitor the activity of our ..."
-71% "The Secretary of State's office has been a willing partner and said, Hey, bring your best hackers and do your worst, Borchers said.""
-79% "According to Borchers, that means everything comes down to the creativity of the Guard members working on the project.""
-88% "Federal law prohibits military personnel under federal control and funding from conducting operations at polling places.""
-89% "Borchers said election security is less about fighting threats and more about testing vulnerabilities a potential threat might exploit.""


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

12% : Federal law prohibits military personnel under federal control and funding from conducting operations at polling places.
93% : The 194th works with the Secretary of State's office in the week leading up to an election -- its last mission was during the August primary election.
86% : (Michael Bonner | [email protected]/TNS)
79% : "I had a colleague who used to say Washington is 'geographically blessed' because a lot of these folks also work at places like Microsoft, Google and Amazon," Borchers said.
76% : "They're taking an avant-garde approach to cybersecurity in that they really want to test themselves to make sure the elections system is running as best as it can."
76% : -- it's about the airmen's ingenuity."
38% : "They come in to do penetration testing, to see if our employees would fall for a phishing attempt and monitor the activity of our network," Wyman said.
29% : "The Secretary of State's office has been a willing partner and said, "Hey, bring your best hackers and do your worst,"" Borchers said.
21% : "Everything we do to counteract those threats is a positive step forward, but there is no finish line to this.
21% : According to Borchers, that means everything comes down to the creativity of the Guard members working on the project.
11% : Borchers said election security is less about fighting threats and more about testing vulnerabilities a potential threat might exploit.

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization

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