Taylor Swift’s recent endorsement of the Democratic senatorial candidate in Tennessee may have boosted voter registration – and caused sparks to fly from her fans on the other side of the aisle – but if the “Bad Blood” singer wants to make a difference in elections she might want to try to affect cybersecurity policy around elections, a cyber pro said.

"Ms. Swift may need to lobby the White House and focus on improving our cybersecurity policy if her push for new voters is intended to make an impact," said TDI CEO Paul Innella.

As the country lurches toward the midterms, the Democratic of election vulnerabilities and fraud looms large.

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