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Analysis | The Cybersecurity 202: States plan to expand mobile voting amid coronavirus pandemic, despite security concerns – The Washington Post

A voter wears an “I Voted” sticker while using a mobile phone in San Francisco. (David Paul Morris/Bloomberg News) THE KEY Some states are planning to dramatically expand their use of mobile voting in response to the coronavirus pandemic – even as cybersecurity experts warn such systems are unproven and …

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Deception Tactics in Cybersecurity: Human Lab Rat – CISO MAG

Deception has been a defense strategy in military and intelligence programs for hundreds of years. As cybersecurity techniques mature, we continue to borrow proven methods from more traditional security industries. By Dick Wilkinson, IT Security Officer, New Mexico Judicial Information Division Deception in the military setting is often as simple …

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Hackers Hit Cybersecurity Insurance Co Chubb – pymnts.com

Share Tweet Share Share Share Print Email Cybersecurity insurance company Chubb, which provides aid to companies affected by data breaches, has been hit by one itself, according to a report by TechCrunch. The company said it was looking into a “security incident” that involved unauthorized access with a third-party company. …

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Analysis | The Cybersecurity 202: It's probably game over for more election security before November elections – The Washington Post

With Tonya Riley A man stands outside a closed polling station at Schiller Recreation Center in Columbus, Ohio. (Joshua A. Bickel/Columbus Dispatch/AP) THE KEY Lawmakers’ failure to impose any new security rules on state election officials in the $2.2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill probably signals the end of any serious …

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