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OT-Morpho threatens to sue for "fake allegations" on interfering with election equipment
Author: OT -Morpho, Published on: 18 September 2017
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OT Morpho refutes all claims of alleged hacking and manipulation of the electronic authentication and electoral results transmission systems during the August 8th presidential elections in Kenya...Since the Supreme Court ruling on September 1st, 2017 countless fake allegations have been made against OT-Morpho. An in-depth internal audit on the OT-Morpho RTS system used in Kenya had already been conducted before the presidential election. An additional internal audit was carried out after the Supreme Court ruling...
...OT-Morpho states categorically that no hacking has been found on its systems during Kenya's 2017 presidential election. Furthermore, no fraudulent connections to the systems have been identified. OT-Morpho also states that the company has transmitted all the logs for analysis to the Electoral Commission, as required by the Supreme Court, and has done so within the requested timeframes. OT Morpho has a strong IT system Security policy and governance practice...
Following the fake allegations, threats to the company and, in certain cases, to its employees, OT-Morpho is determined to defend itself and its employees and is taking all necessary measures, including libel suits, in order to do so. The law office of Ader Jolibois has been appointed for representing and assisting OT-Morpho and its employees and defend their interests, specifically against any violation of their reputation by any means including legal action.
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