News Break- Retired Air Force general named CEO of cybersecurity center

11/7/2020, Originally Featured in News Break "A retired Air Force lieutenant general has been named CEO of the National Cybersecurity Center, the Colorado Springs-based think tank that focuses on information security and blockchain technology. Harry Raduege, 73, a Colorado Springs resident who served 35 years in the Air Force in a variety of roles in information..." Read the Full Article Here: https://www.newsbreak.com/colorado/colorado-springs/news/2097726359156/retired-air-force-general-named-ceo-of-cybersecurity-center

News Break- Retired Air Force general named CEO of cybersecurity center2020-12-07T14:09:39-07:00

New York Post- First presidential vote cast using blockchain technology

10/16/2020, Originally Featured in New York Post "With the 2020 presidential election less than a few weeks away — encumbered yet again by questions and concerns surrounding ballot security and fraud — revolutionary blockchain voting technology is being piloted in small pockets of the country. And Tuesday marked the first time a vote has

New York Post- First presidential vote cast using blockchain technology2020-12-07T14:54:47-07:00

Understanding Mobile Voting’s Opportunities and Challenges

The 2020 election is rapidly approaching, and the coronavirus pandemic is still surging in states throughout the U.S. This combination has many people concerns about how voting will look in November. Although mobile voting has the makings of a great solution — especially amid a pandemic — it's held back by an overall lack of

Understanding Mobile Voting’s Opportunities and Challenges2020-08-11T13:18:55-06:00

2020: The Year of Cybersecurity Resilience in U.S. Elections

Many challenges exist in the United States at the intersection of cybersecurity and elections, a cause championed by some and doubted by others. But with the 2020 campaign already underway — and lingering questions about how cybersecurity influenced the 2016 election — this topic is more important than ever before.   In particular, there

2020: The Year of Cybersecurity Resilience in U.S. Elections2020-10-20T16:30:29-06:00
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