Hacking Elections

The Categorical Threat Landscape to Consider When Reading NASS’ Open Letter to Congress

Authored By: James Scott, Sr. Fellow, ICIT & Drew Spaniel, Researcher, ICIT On September 26, 2016, the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) released an Open Letter to Congress that urged for the informed communication of facts about the security of election systems with the American public. This communique builds upon the NASS letter .. read more

ICIT Analysis: Hacking Elections is Easy! Part 2: Psst! Wanna Buy a National Voter Database? Hacking E-Voting Systems Was Just the Beginning

The United States election process has been at risk since the widespread adoption of electronic voting (e-voting) systems in 2002-2006. Despite the fact that researchers have spent the past decade demonstrating that Direct Recording Electronic (DRE) and optical scanning systems from every manufacturer are vulnerable along numerous attack vectors, our Nation is still plagued with .. read more