DHS Was Warned of Election Machine Vulnerabilities Before Election

The Depart­ment of Home­land Secu­ri­ty (DHS) was warned by experts that vot­ing machines were vul­ner­a­ble to hack­ers and manip­u­la­tion, a cyber­se­cu­ri­ty spe­cial­ist said Monday.

Retired Col. Phil Wal­dron told a pub­lic hear­ing on elec­tion issues in Ari­zona that his team brought the infor­ma­tion to DHS work­ers, includ­ing employ­ees in the department’s cyber­se­cu­ri­ty office, known as CISA.

“When I start­ed work­ing on this project in August, I called them up and said, you guys have got to come out and look at it. They did. They spent an ini­tial three hours going through this data. At the end of that, one of them said, ‘I think I need to go out­side and throw up,’” said Wal­dron, who informed the hear­ing of issues his team uncov­ered with Domin­ion Vot­ing Sys­tems machines.

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