Many in the media wanted to talk to Christopher Krebs, the nation’s former top cybersecurity official, when he disputed President Trump’s unproven allegations of voter fraud.
But his name appears to come up less frequently now that his former agency is being scrutinized in the wake of an apparent Russian cyber attack that began in March but was only publicly revealed this week.
Krebs headed the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) until Trump fired him in November. He had called the 2020 election “the most secure in American history” and said there was no evidence of changed, deleted, lost or otherwise compromised votes.
He garnered a lot of media coverage for contradicting the president, appearing on a slew of television news programs. Via – Fox News