And then there were none. Following the resignation of chief information security officer (CISO) Mick Baccio from the Pete Buttigieg presidential campaign, there are now no known CISOs spearheading cybersecurity for the top Democratic presidential candidates, according to The Wall Street Journal

Baccio, who resigned over cybersecurity disagreements, told TechCrunch, “I had fundamental philosophical differences with campaign management regarding the architecture and scope of the information security program.”

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