On both sides of the political aisle, at every level of government, and throughout the tech industry, the United States is grappling with fundamental cybersecurity threats to its elections. The country is also planning for how to react when things go wrong, both during this crucial midterm election and in the 2020 general election.
Understanding modern election security means coming to grips with a daunting reality: especially in the United States, the infrastructure is too fragmented, outdated, and vulnerable to be completely secured. There are also far too many different types of attacks across the threat landscape to ever stop them all.
Read more about the cybersecurity threats to US elections on PC Magazine.