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DEF CON’s Voting Village tests hacker-government collaboration
Election equipment was digitally poked and prodded over the weekend as experts called for change based on what happened at DEF CON.
Information sharing on election security is getting better, officials say
Officials discussed the progress they've made since 2016 on election security coordination.
Spooked by election hacking, states are moving to paper ballots
Will it be enough to deter whatever Russia might be planning for 2018 and 2020?
Election officials criticize Harvard study of voter registration vulnerabilities
Election officials are pushing back against a new Harvard study saying hackers could disenfranchise Americans by exploiting vulnerabilities in online voter registration systems.
Leaked NSA hacking report ratchets up pressure on local election officials
Despite new evidence from a leaked NSA report that Russian hackers sought to compromise state and local election technology, the officials in charge are still vigorously opposing the federal designation of their polling systems as critical infrastructure.
States question DHS's last-minute election infrastructure designation
State officials fret the designation will interfere with their efforts to secure voting machinery, both online and in the physical world.