New guidelines show how the agency will coordinate with state officials in the event of a cyberattack but analysts have questioned their robustness.
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Los Angeles County is moving full steam ahead with plans to use its new election equipment for the first time in the upcoming presidential primary.
FBI will now notify state election officials about cyber breaches to election systems in their jurisdictions, even those that only affect a single county.
Election server central to a legal battle over the integrity of Georgia elections showed signs that the original server was hacked.
While voting machines themselves are not designed to be online, the larger voting systems in many states end up there, putting the voting process at risk.
A major study shows that people rarely notice if their vote gets changed by hackers—even when using technology meant to protect the ballot, MIT.
Lessons from Michigan show the extent to which updating election equipment remains a thorny challenge for States ahead of 2020.
While no state is failing when it comes to GIS, the progress is spotty and there is an urgent need for all states to improve, NSGIC
National news outlets provide different push notifications at different times to local and national audiences.
Brennan Center for Justice has released a guide for election officials about how to prepare for and recover from cyberattacks and technical failures.