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Ukraine’s Ministry of Internal Affairs prevents cyber-attacks during elections

The Ministry is cooperating with Europol, Interpol, the FBI and the CIA, the Security Service of Ukraine, the Prosecutor General's Office and the State Special Communications Service
17:57, 1 February 2019

Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine

The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine selected the experts from the cyber police, who are working on the prevention of the possible attacks that can affect the election process. The Minister of Internal Affairs said this, as the press-service of the Ministry of Interim Affairs of Ukraine reports.

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According to Avakov, there is the possibility of internal or foreign interference in the work of the server of the Central Election Commission.

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“The important issue is the way to create such system that will be hardly prone to interference. And if attack happens, the system would not suffer the catastrophic consequences. We are cooperating with Europol, Interpol, the FBI and the CIA, the Security Service of Ukraine, the Prosecutor General's Office and the State Special Communications Service. From the other side, there's the powerful cyber police. The coordination between all the organizations is underway, and all of them are tracking the situation”, Avakov assured.

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