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Cyber election wrap: DHS offers positive security reviews; voters hand House to Dems, Senate to GOP

November 07, 2018 |
Charlie Mitchell Maggie Miller
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The Department of Homeland Security was “not aware of any cybersecurity related compromises of election infrastructure” as election day came to a close Tuesday night, with the department planning an “after-action” process to identify ways to improve its election security preparedness process, according to a DHS official.

The official said DHS wanted to “foot stomp” the lack of reported cybersecurity interference in election systems throughout the county while speaking during a midnight briefing at the end of election day, with...


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