Hacking, Democracy and the State of Election Security | Hugh Thompson and Kim Zetter | RSAC 2018

From the dangling chad debacle of 2000, to foreign involvement in the 2016 United States presidential election, Dr. Hugh Thompson, cybersecurity executive and author, and Kim Zetter, award-winning cybersecurity journalist and author, discuss the evolution of our electronic voting system, hacking incidents, e-voting fraud and the current state of election security in 2018.

Bluntly stated by Zetter, "Not a lot has changed in the security of these systems." Kim Zetter is an award-winning journalist who has covered cybersecurity and electronic voting for more than a decade.

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Dr Hugh Thompson Program Chair, RSA Conference


Kim Zetter Cybersecurity Journalist and Author

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