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Security Company Warns Current Voting Systems Vulnerable to threats

Security vulnerabilities will lead to disastrous security threats

Security vulnerabilities will lead to disastrous security threats

A computer security company is warning that Pennsylvania’s voting systems are vulnerable to cyber threats.

According to Carbon Black Inc., a company based in Massachussets, Pennsylvania may pose a really big security risk in during the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election.

The weak spot as detected by the company are the electronic voting machines that are lacking a paper trail which can be audited later.

Following the warning, the Pennsylvania Department of State has requested a vendor to find out the said vulnerabilities and risks in the election system.

Pennsylvania had already accepted an offer from Department of Homeland Security Secretary for risk assessment testing.

Read more details http://www.publicopiniononline.com/story/news/local/2016/10/05/pa-voting-systems-vulnerable-threats-security-company-says/91555852/

Colly Roderick

Colly Roderick

Contributor at Cyber Security Portal
I have been playing with computers, circuits, and all things electronic since my brother gave me my first computer parts to build when I was in 6th grade.
Colly Roderick

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