As Crosscheck Moves to Secure Voter Data, Hacking Fears Grow Among Experts and Politicians

Security on the network that will host the Interstate Crosscheck Program this year is markedly improved from that of its previous host, according to a top security firm, and soon the Department of Homeland Security will lend its own expertise to hardening the network as part of its review of state election systems.

Even a Novice Hacker Could Breach the Network Hosting Kris Kobach's Bogus Voter Fraud Program

A program overseen by the head of President Trump’s so-called “election integrity” commission—which is now largely a tool for driving conspiracy theories about “massive voter fraud” in the United States—is placing the personal data of millions of American voters at risk, according to internal records and security…

Trump’s Election Commission Plans to Abandon Insecure Voter Data Collection Methods

Since the president’s Advisory Commission on Election Integrity requested voter rolls from state election officials—allegedly for the purpose of investigating Trump’s unproven claims about widespread voter fraud—45 states and the District of Columbia have either partially or wholly declined to share their data, and…