Sami Saydjari, the president of Cyber Defense Agency, tells ZDNet's Tonya Hall that today's individual voting machines were not built to withstand hacking, cyberattacks, and other threats, but he also explains ways that voting systems can be better prepared.
- CISA and FBI say they have not seen cyber-attacks this year on voter registration databases
- Twitter prepares for US election with new security training, penetration tests
- Most tech pros believe Facebook should do more to stop election misinformation
- Boosting voter confidence this November with cloud-based ballot tracking (ZDNet YouTube)
- Voting on Election Day 2020: Everything you need to know (CNET)
- FBI says hackers want to stoke doubt about the 2020 election (TechRepublic)