The current voting process in the U.S. allows for a myriad of cyber attacks. Since the voting process is decentralized and regulated by each state, the votes are entered, tallied, and finalized in a number of different ways. In 2009 The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) published the Draft Voluntary Voting Systems Guidelines, version 1.1. which set a framework on how to handle cybersecurity for the voting process. However, these standards are voluntary and not required to be followed by the states. Read more at Dark Reading.
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