Database Security

Database securities are more important than ever. Maintaining voter registration rolls and cross checking those rolls with death certificates, moving out of state, changing party affiliations needs to be corrected. Even identifying, people who cannot be voting like felons, green card or migrant holders, and foreign visitors. While it is not...

Database securities are more important than ever. Maintaining voter registration rolls and cross checking those rolls with death certificates, moving out of state, changing party affiliations needs to be corrected. Even identifying, people who cannot be voting like felons, green card or migrant holders, and foreign visitors. While it is not illegal to be registered in more than one county/state, it is illegal to vote more than once. Voter rolls should be diligently maintained to eliminate the possibility of double voting or voting for another person.

But database security doesn’t stop there. The Secretary of State website for posting election results need to be protected as do the county clerk back office operations. Cybersecurity is a multilayered issue from analog users to technical wizards to law enforcement.

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Oct
17

Voter Assurance

Make your Vote Count! Elections stand at the fulcrum of a contest for control over our way of life – they are the pivot point where outcomes between winners and losers are determined. A heated debate over the fraud risks posed by mail-in ballots has raged, following on the heels of four years in which a slew of allegations and investigations into f...
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Oct
16

Election Security Threats and Exploits

Security threats effect all the states and election security becomes a cybersecurity weakness where ransomware attacks and manipulated or unvetted voter registration databases can corrupt the entire process from voter registration to the voter counts. It is important for every state to be aware of potential problems. Remediation that can be impleme...
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Oct
16

Open Source Election Technology Solutions

There are few providers of electronic election components and software. Until we have an open source software for all the states that share the same programming, cost for these products are inflated for the states. The proprietary nature of the programs they are using are secret and not easily verified. The cost of updates and certification are inc...
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Oct
16

Election Security in the Age of Committed Foreign Threats

We all need to be concerned about election threats coming from the increasing use of electronic function that can be hacked from outside sources. This change in election outcomes is important to verify in order to have the public be assured of true election results. As well every election system needs to be vetted and protected by verification proc...
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Oct
14

Secure the Vote

CLEAR UNDERSTANDING The majority of the reporting on Voter Security leaves the public with the feelings of mistrust, confusion and fear. The truth is that all well-meaning Americans agree -- the vote must represent those citizens who are registered, alive and legal. As consumers of media all of us are entrusted to reason not merely react. When comm...
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Sep
01

Which Voting Machines Are Used and How They Are Compromised

by Staff Writer The State of Wyoming recently purchased ES&S voting machines, a subsidiary of the McCarthy Group, based in Omaha, Nebraska. ES&S lays claim to 60% of the U.S. market for voting machines. Specific models purchased include the ExpressVote, designed for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the DS 200/450/8...
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Sep
01

The Paper Ballot Process- How it Works Best and Why it is the Gold Standard for Fair and Honest Elections

by Staff Writer While there have been great leaps forward in technology in all areas of life, fair and honest elections remain such a fundamental process to the success of our republic that the application of technology for expediency's sake must be examined with a jaundiced eye. All electronic voting machines and tabulation systems are subject to ...
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