This election cycle we’re running a high-stakes presidential race in the U.S., so it’s hard to imagine a foreign nation-state that wouldn’t like to cast a ballot. Unfortunately, we’ve seen election interference before and federal agencies like the National Counterintelligence and Security Center have produced unclassified Election Threat Updates to inform the public of nation-state threat actors and tactics ahead of the November elections.
This time around, we now understand that there are more holes in the election technology ecosystem than previously thought – and precious little time to make changes.
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