While many articles – and statements from various government officials and bodies – seem to deny that hackers could alter the results of next week’s elections, claiming instead that our nation’s decentralized management of low-tech voting machines makes the devices’ being hacked unlikely, I believe that there are several significant cyber-risks that remain as threats to our election’s integrity:
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