Electronic voting infrastructure must become more resilient against attacks

Op ed from The Hill:

"Prepare to detect and recover from problems with the vote. Every election official in the country should adopt post-election audit practices that would allow them to detect fraud or other sources of error. There is a growing body of research on how to conduct these kinds of audits. Further, elections must include a non-electronic method to capture votes that can be examined and tabulated after the fact, as all-electronic vote records could be irrecoverably corrupted in a cyber intrusion."

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