The Department of Homeland Security’s top cyber official will ensure election officials uses basic cybersecurity techniques for 2020 presidential election.
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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.
In 2018, Facebook and Twitter decided to play a role in helping people register to vote in what promised to be a momentous midterm election.
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.
The city of Denver will allow thousands of voters to cast their ballots with a smartphone application this year using a blockchain-based app called Voatz.
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.
Asia Pacific Conservative Union (APCU) has launched the Liberty Ecosystem, a block chain based network designed to fight authoritarianism.
V-Dem Institute is releasing four new tools, making it possible to create even more comprehensive and nuanced charts for both beginners and advanced users.