ST. LOUIS – Voting technology was thrust into the political spotlight when election systems in several states were.
Last month Las Vegas played host to the largest hacking conference last month and a big issue discussed was the security of electronic voting machines. Are they vulnerable to hackers?
Scott Schaffer Chief Information Security Officer at Blade Technologies attend the Def-Con convention and explains how deep fake video technology poses a threat to national.
" The fact that so many state and local election officials attended #Defcon’s @VotingVillageDC to watch others hack into all manner of voting systems means that people are moving outside their comfort zones."https://t.co/MjaiwivUlX
— DEF CON (@defcon) August 19, 2019
That’s a wrap! Thank you everyone who attended the #VotingVillage2019. Here’s some things our attendees discovered this year. Please look forward to our full report in the fall and special thanks to our hackers and scribes for all their hard work. pic.twitter.com/pH4W8JiJrq
— DEFCON VotingVillage (@VotingVillageDC) August 11, 2019