Cybersecurity Predictions: Though we’ve seen proof that voting machines can be hacked, adversaries won’t spend much time targeting them this election cycle | Vumetric

Though we’ve seen proof that voting machines can be hacked, adversaries won’t spend much time targeting them this election cycle. However, external threat actors will go after state and local voter databases with the goal of creating havoc, making it harder for legitimate voters to cast their ballots, triggering voter-fraud alerts and generating doubt in validity of vote counts during the 2020 elections

Corey Nachreiner, CTO
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