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.
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