A Democratic presidential candidate and one of the most outspoken voices in the Senate on election security has chimed in on a voting vendor RFI.
This time, they brought the equipment.
The DEF Con Voting Village is calling for “more comprehensive studies” of equipment that is increasingly a part of the voter experience.
The industry has some very particular challenges to work out before establishing a coordinated vulnerability disclosure program. But the big companies are changing their thinking.
The country's top three voting gear vendors were a no-show, but there was still plenty of enthusiasm at DEF CON's Voting Village.
The code will be posted to GitHub, and can be layered onto existing voting software for added integrity.