Thanks to Russia, Voting Machines May Be More Secure Than Ever in 2020
Looks Like Our Voting Machines Can’t Handle a Little Humidity
This Video of a Voting Machine Not Malfunctioning Convinced a Bunch of Ohio Republicans That the Election Was Rigged
Everything That Could Go Wrong With Voting Machines on Election Day
The U.S. Government May Have Just Made It Much Easier to Hack Back Against Russia
Is It Legal to Take a Selfie with Your Ballot?
Ignoring Election Hacking Means Ignoring a Key National Security Issue
How We Can Protect Ourselves From Voting Glitches and Security Breaches in the Midterms and Beyond
One Threat to the Security of Our Elections: The Lack of Tech Savvy Among Elderly Poll Workers
The U.S. Government Will Use Pop-Up Messages to Dissuade Russian Election Meddling
Should You Request a Paper Ballot to Keep Your Vote Secure From Hackers?
Who’s to Blame for Voting-Tech Problems in Arizona’s Primaries? Bureaucracy, Probably.
Those Kids Who Hacked Voting Websites at Def Con Had Help
The U.S. Can’t Shame Russia Into Stopping Its Election Interference
DNC Says It Caught Attempted Hack of Its Voter Database
The Most Terrifying Things Hackers Showed They Could Do at This Year’s Def Con
Facebook Just Removed Fake Accounts From “Bad Actors,” but Won’t Blame Russia Yet
Mueller’s Latest Indictment Suggests Russia’s Infiltration of U.S. Election Systems Could Get Worse
Fixing Election Security Is About Much More Than New Voting Machines
The Government Is Finally Investing in Election Security. There’s Still Much More to Do.