Colorado Springs Indy- Election officials herald Colorado’s process as “gold standard” in voting

3/25/2021, Originally Featured in Colorado Springs Indy "Colorado, El Paso County and Colorado Springs have some of the most secure election procedures in place in the nation, but that didn't stop people from questioning, during an online election forum March 25, whether voting machines can be hacked. The election security panel was presented by the Indy and its

Colorado Springs Indy- Election officials herald Colorado’s process as “gold standard” in voting2021-03-29T09:03:50-06:00

KNKL- You can vote by smartphone in King Conservation District election

3/12/2021, Originally Featured in KNKL "There’s an election going on in King County that lets you vote with a few clicks on your phone or tablet. It’s the second year the King Conservation District is relying on mobile voting. Last year, it was one of the first jurisdictions in the country to try it, and the

KNKL- You can vote by smartphone in King Conservation District election2021-03-15T14:42:46-06:00

The Fulcrum- Google expands election security support to elected officials, political campaigns

2/10/2021, Originally Featured in The Fulcrum "Google announced Tuesday its plans to expand free election security services to elected officials and political campaigns across the country. During the 2020 election cycle, the tech company, in collaboration with the nonprofit Defending Digital Campaigns, provided cybersecurity support to federal campaigns. Google's new 50-state venture builds on this by

The Fulcrum- Google expands election security support to elected officials, political campaigns2021-02-11T11:30:55-07:00

StateScoop- Think tank plans to train state lawmakers in cybersecurity

2/9/2021, Originally Featured in StateScoop "The National Cybersecurity Center, a nonprofit think tank, plans to offer training courses later this year to legislators and their staffs in every state. The training, which will cover cyber hygiene, threats and how cybersecurity affects the work state legislatures do, are “all about raising the awareness of cybersecurity,” said

StateScoop- Think tank plans to train state lawmakers in cybersecurity2021-02-10T12:01:32-07:00

National Cybersecurity Center, in Partnership with Tusk Philanthropies, Announces Launch of Future of Voting: Election Resiliency – 2021 Pilot Project

01/21/21 The National Cybersecurity Center, in partnership with Tusk Philanthropies, has announced the launch of the Future of Voting: Election Resiliency – 2021 Pilot Project, a grant opportunity to pilot electronic ballot return technologies as a way to better understand how these technologies might help advance resiliency and accessibility. The pilot is a project of the National Cybersecurity Center’s Secure the Vote Program, which seeks to

National Cybersecurity Center, in Partnership with Tusk Philanthropies, Announces Launch of Future of Voting: Election Resiliency – 2021 Pilot Project2021-01-21T15:39:56-07:00

CPO Magazine- MIT Security Experts Issue Warning About Electronic Voting; Blockchain-Based Systems Are Not Ready for Prime Time

11/16/2020, Originally Featured in CPO Magazine "While much of the media focus was on the expansion of mail-in voting in the 2020 US election, there was also a smaller and quieter increase in internet-based electronic voting. While this option is presently reserved for a relatively small subset of absentee voters, some of these new options

CPO Magazine- MIT Security Experts Issue Warning About Electronic Voting; Blockchain-Based Systems Are Not Ready for Prime Time2020-12-09T15:28:13-07:00
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