Russian hacking U.S in the upcoming presidential election became a hot topic during the debate on Sunday night. It raised a question: can the U.S elections really be hacked?
Experts had a say on a national level. They believe it cannot happen. But there is still enough evidence that leaves us with this question.
According to most cybersecurity professionals, the U.S systems are under no threat from hackers. This is because the systems are too decentralized and most of them operate offline.
In order to be effectively hacked, the systems need to be online. But since they aren’t, there is little to no threat.
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