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The U.S. elections information clearing house last week issued guidance to mitigate public health risk during voting due to the Coronavirus.
Ohio, Florida, Illinois, Arizona, are next on the primary calendar. Election officials in these states are taking extra precautions but predict a safe vote.
The U.S. Government’s recent report on countering cyber threats offers a bleak picture of what could happen if critical systems were brought down.
The coronavirus outbreak will influence the way Americans will be voting. Oregon’s Senator, Ron Wyden, is proposing a nationwide vote-by-mail.
State-backed internet trolls could try to exaggerate the threat of the coronavirus to keep Americans from going to the polls in upcoming elections.
Christopher Krebs worked for years in the DHS in various roles around defense against security threats. But he did not anticipate his appointment to CISA.
After years of bringing innovation to how elections are conducted in the city of Denver, Amber McReynolds is crusading for voting in pajamas.
Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is making clear its role in elections. It says it helps states with election security.
Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has developed a new election security plan. But the agency has often played a facilitator role.