States await election security reviews as primaries heat up
May 6, 2018
With the midterm congressional primaries about to go into full swing, the Department of Homeland Security has completed security reviews of election systems in only about half the states that have requested them so far.
The government's slow pace in conducting the reviews has raised concerns that the nation's voting systems could be vulnerable to hacking, especially after U.S. intelligence agencies warned that Russia plans to continue meddling in the country's elections.
Among those still waiting for Homeland Security to conduct a risk assessment is Indiana, one of four states with primarie...