State and local election officials want more money, better and earlier planning from political leaders as they prepare for November elections
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Threats to voting infrastructure have been core concern since 2020. Amid coronavirus, experts are still more and more in favour of a return to paper ballots
Hart InterCivic is a longtime election solution provider. It is helping jurisdictions manage efficient, safe elections amid rising public health concerns.
The U.S. elections information clearing house last week issued guidance to mitigate public health risk during voting due to the Coronavirus.
Russian interference in 2016 explains the focus on election security ahead of 2020. But disability groups are saying this is hurting voter accessibility.
State tech agencies told U.S. Senate Tuesday more assistance and expertise in protecting election infrastructure is needed.
The University of Southern California announced Monday that it is launching a 50-state series of election cybersecurity conferences for stakeholders.
New guidelines show how the agency will coordinate with state officials in the event of a cyberattack but analysts have questioned their robustness.
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.