Cybersecurity and Data Protection Issues in the 2020 Election with Kendall Burman of Alloy

| 24 min

As the political calendar creeps up on Election Day, all eyes are on data, cybersecurity, and how they relate to candidates and their campaigns. In a special edition of Kelley Drye’s Legal Download, partner Aaron Burstein speaks with Kendall Burman, General Counsel for Alloy, a nonprofit start-up building data and technology for political campaigns, state parties, and other partners that work in and around elections. Aaron and Kendall discuss the sorts of privacy and data protection issues that she runs into and privacy and data protection issues in the political campaign arena generally.