The 2018 Midterm Elections can dramatically change the political landscape - for Democrats grasping for control in both the House and the Senate and Republicans hoping to maintain control. 

For campaigns - the battle for campaign targeting in key seats often boils down to Web based content. But the battle for the desktop is a technical landscape that has only gotten more unforgiving in the past months.

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The browser can win and lose the midterm elections

Come learn how and what you can do about it!

Event Details

Where: The State Room // 201 D St NE, Washington, DC 20002

When: Thursday, September 20 // 4:30 pm - 8:00pm

*Featuring an open bar and stationed hors d’oeuvres.

Secure your seat

The talk will cover how the browser can win or lose the midterm elections - specifically, what technical limitations campaigns are facing in voter targeting on the browser, and potential new targeting techniques taken from technical collections observed in foreign adversaries. 

Topics of discussion will include:

  • How a browser can be tracked and used for campaign targeting
  • The technical hurdles in the current campaign targeting landscape
  • Potential new tracking mechanisms
  • How your office has been and can be targeted today
  • How Silo protects you from the above threat vectors