Securing the 2020 Election
July 8, 2020 – The 2020 U.S. election is poised to be one of the most consequential in the history of the nation. It is also an election under threat. What are we doing to secure our electoral systems from foreign actors, disinformation, and cyber threats? How has COVID-19 affected plans for the 2020 elections? What have we learned from the primaries held so far in Georgia, Kentucky and Wisconsin?
We talk with Arthur House, Cybersecurity Policy Advisor to Connecticut’s Secretary of the State and an Adjunct Professor at the University of Connecticut. Moderated by CEO, Megan Clark Torrey.
Cybersecurity Policy Advisor to Connecticut’s Secretary of the State