Fragile electronic voting systems and social media weaponization continue to menace U.S. election systems as presidential candidates ramp up 2020 campaigns.
Election Security articles on Democracy Chronicles
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.
Switzerland’s proposed new e-voting system which isn’t on blockchain & has serious flaw enough to allow hackers to steal an election without being detected.
The Department of Homeland Security’s top cyber official will ensure election officials uses basic cybersecurity techniques for 2020 presidential election.
DARPA is working with firm Galois to develop open source voting machine technology that would let people verify that their votes were tallied correctly.
Top U.S. House intel lawmaker, Adam Schiff said on Tuesday that 2020 elections are “enormously vulnerable” to hacking and foreign influence.
Georgia voting machine debate pits election officials staunchly opposed by computing experts who see an imminent threat to election security.
Hackers uncover significant flaw in Swiss Post e-voting and reported it to Swiss authorities as part of public intrusion test which has been resolved.
An old technology is new again, as paper ballots are making a big comeback thanks to fears about Russia — and others — hacking U.S. elections.
America’s voting machines fall short of necessary security going into 2020 election leaving them vulnerable to cyberattacks or malfunctions on Election Day.
America’s critical infrastructure is no safer from cyberattacks today than in May 2017 when Trump signed an executive order pledging to better protect it.