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Free Symantec Service Helps Election Officials and Others Stymie Cyber Attacks
Business and organizational websites deploying Symantec’s “Project Dolphin” anti-spoof proofing service at no cost. Security, trust and accuracy issues have bedeviled voting and elections from the day after elections moved beyond a simple “can we get a show of hands?” And perhaps at no time in our country’s recent history have issues surrounding election security been more prominent. Ahead of the midterm election 45% of U.S. adults said they were “very concerned” the U.S. voting system might be vulnerable to hackers. So, what can be done to secure elections across the country? This simple question opens a can of hanging chads because the U.S. election system is the opposite of a monolithic regime. Under the U.S. Constitution each state is primarily responsible for setting the “times, places and manners of holding elections for Senators and Representatives - although Congress can “at any time by Law make or alter such Regulations, except as to the places of chusing [sic] Senators.”
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