Threats to U.S. Elections Security Ahead of 2020 Vote
What’s being done to protect your vote from cybercriminals and other bad actors? U.S. elections officials continue to tackle this ongoing, serious problem in elections security. Chris Deluzio, from Pitt Cyber, covers a myriad of topics related to ensuring the elections process is secure and the results can be trusted. Homeland Security’s website says it very well, “… The American people’s confidence in the value of their vote is principally reliant on their confidence in the security and resilience of the infrastructure that makes the Nation’s elections possible.”
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