This article by Aaron Shaffer is published by The Washington Post. Here is an excerpt:
One online voting provider is striving to prove its cybersecurity bona fides before the 2022 elections.
Democracy Live, which ran online voting pilots in numerous states in 2020, is partnering with cybersecurity company Synack to continuously test its platform for hackable bugs before the midterms.
It’s one of the most significant efforts to date by an online voting provider to prove its services are secure. But it also comes amid long-standing warnings from election security advocates that voting online or by mobile device isn’t secure enough and raises hacking risks from Russia and elsewhere.
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