It’s still child’s play to pick apart election systems that will be used in the 2020 US presidential election, as ethical hackers did, once again.
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This election security section highlights the importance of protecting the integrity of the vote count. An onslaught of new technologies offer both opportunity and peril for democracy. Be sure to also check out our Election Technology section and our articles on Technology Dissidents, the Internet and Voting or Voting Machines.
President Trump told two senior Russian officials in a 2017 Oval Office meeting that he wasn’t bothered by Russia’s interference in the 2016 US election.
Citing security concerns, Colorado has become the first state to stop counting votes with printed barcodes. The state’s secretary of state told CNN.
NormShield’s election security report called “Rapid Cyber Risk Scorecards” first gained a lot of attention then rebuke followed over errors.
The shortlived 2016 cyberattack on the Ukrainian power grid hides a darker truth as new clues show hackers actually aimed for lasting destruction.
Cybersecurity officials say there is risk of havoc wreaking ransomware being used to sow chaos in 2020 elections via attack on statewide voting databases.
There have been at least three reports confirmed by officials of voting machines in two counties changing voters’ selections in GOP governor primary runoff.
Voters who cast ballots for one party in the Aug. 6 primary may have improperly voted for a different party in Tuesday’s runoff due to machine malfunctions.
Denver 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals may add another Jack-in-the-box element for the US electoral system if it allows electors to vote as they please.
N.Carolina election officials upset advocates for election security, voting down a proposal to require stricter anti-hacking in 2020, citing time crunch.