The head of the Central election Commission of Ukraine Tatyana Slipachuk reported that the CEC has not faced massive cyber attacks during the presidential elections, however, the Commission was subjected to a disinformation campaign.

“One of the reasons why we had no serious problems with the electronic system – the equipment and training that has been provided by international partners. The second is that no serious attacks. Was phishing, was trivial things,” she said at a panel discussion on “Monitoring of external interference in the Ukrainian presidential elections of 2019” on Wednesday in Kiev.

She also noted that the CEC was faced with a serious disinformation campaign.

According to her, the reflection of most of the attacks focused on the fact of the elections according to the standards.

“Unfortunately, a lot of misinformation stuffing was from the Ukrainian politicians”, – said T. Slipachuk.

Ukraine held presidential elections: the first round of March 31, the second on 21 April. CEC elected head of state Vladimir Zelensky