Election (in)security: Why this year’s biggest issue may be cyber technology

As the countdown to the U.S. presidential election continues, concerns about cybersecurity are on the rise. Questions surround our election infrastructure, which covers physical and electronic assets such as polling places and centralized tabulation locations as well as information and communications technology like voter registration databases and reporting systems.

Can American voters trust that their votes will be counted accurately?  Cybersecurity will be a key element. Join this webinar with ESET experts for a discussion of the challenges and issues at hand, including:

  • An overview of current technologies and their vulnerabilities
  • Why voting hardware and software are a major concern
  • Why U.S. election cybersecurity is so far behind the curve
  • The 2016 election results: Taking a closer look

Join our experts for a deep dive into one of 2020’s hottest—and most important—topics.

 

Election (in)security: Why this year’s biggest issue may be cyber technology
Tuesday, Oct. 13
11 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET
A brief Q&A will follow.