Recent polling shows that Americans are concerned about election security and Russian election interference as well, though a partisan divide remains to some degree.
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When Congress does something right we should acknowledge it. Moving to protect our election infrastructure is right ...
The Senate intelligence committee is holding a hearing Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. on election security.
On Tuesday, the Senate intelligence committee released the following recommendations on election security based on evidence it examined during its investigation of Russian efforts to target electoral infrastructure during the 2016 election.
Why Russian efforts to sow chaos are likely to target voter rolls.
Documents: Congressional Task Force on Election Security January 2018 Report and the Election Security Act
House Democrats released a report and legislation on election security.
Efforts to secure and defend democracy from Russian interference have focused on the U.S. and Europe. But Latin American countries require similar attention.
Election security is a cybersecurity issue—or at least it should be one ...
The government should prioritize and tailor its approach accordingly.
Our electoral infrastructure consists of two distinct pieces (or so it seems to me): a broader public context in which elections occur and a narrower system of election management. To date, almost everything we know about Russian electoral interference has dealt with the larger broader context—fake news, Russian troll factories, the hack of the DNC and other efforts to spread disinformation. As