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Anne Neuberger, director of the newly formed Cybersecurity Directorate at the National Security Agency (NSA), on Wednesday pointed to ransomware attacks as a key danger to the 2020 elections. “Ransomware is really interesting — 4,000 attacks a day over the last number of years. … That is certainly something that would be a key concern […]

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How do you prove Russia meddled with the presidential election? That’s a question the U.S. government is facing, but may never fully answer, at least not publicly. Last week, the U.S. punished Russia, claiming the country’s cyberspies hacked Democratic groups and figures during the election season. Read More

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The contentious U.S. presidential election elevated a number of critical security issues to the forefront, perhaps none more important for the long-term than questions of voter fraud and electronic voting security. If voting is ever to move away from paper ballots, the integrity of the process must be intact first. A team of engineering and […]

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