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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.
State tech agencies told U.S. Senate Tuesday more assistance and expertise in protecting election infrastructure is needed.
New guidelines show how the agency will coordinate with state officials in the event of a cyberattack but analysts have questioned their robustness.
FBI will now notify state election officials about cyber breaches to election systems in their jurisdictions, even those that only affect a single county.
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.
CEOs of three largest U.S. voting equipment companies Thursday supported more disclosure, a major step for an industry scrutinised over election security.
Headed into 2020, with a presidential election on the horizon, cyber concerns are certain to be in the spotlight in Washington.
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.
Citing security concerns, Colorado has become the first state to stop counting votes with printed barcodes. The state’s secretary of state told CNN.