State leaders to add $5M to funding for cyber protection

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State leaders will announce more than $5 million in federal funding to protect Connecticut voters today.

The money will go to securing polls from ongoing cyber threats.

They will also address how Congressional hearings this week with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg exposed privacy lapses affecting American voters.

They will also talk about plans to prevent future attacks that expose U.S. elections to foreign influences.

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