FILE – During 2014 midterm elections, North Carolina voters cast their ballots at the Clayton Fire Station in Johnston County. This November, federal cybersecurity officials will test North Carolina’s electronic voting-related equipment for possible vulnerabilities that hackers could exploit. The partnership is part of a nationwide effort to beef up cybersecurity.
FILE – During 2014 midterm elections, North Carolina voters cast their ballots at the Clayton Fire Station in Johnston County. This November, federal cybersecurity officials will test North Carolina’s electronic voting-related equipment for possible vulnerabilities that hackers could exploit. The partnership is part of a nationwide effort to beef up cybersecurity. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
FILE – During 2014 midterm elections, North Carolina voters cast their ballots at the Clayton Fire Station in Johnston County. This November, federal cybersecurity officials will test North Carolina’s electronic voting-related equipment for possible vulnerabilities that hackers could exploit. The partnership is part of a nationwide effort to beef up cybersecurity. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

NC says ‘yes’ to federal help with cybersecurity for fall election

August 31, 2016 6:29 PM