Elections: manipulations, misinformation and misconceptions

Elections: manipulations, misinformation and misconceptions

Elections: manipulations, misinformation and misconceptions

As the US mid-term elections approach, we thought we’d take a close look at “elections and hacking” with chief security scientist at Thycotic, Joseph Carson.

On the teissPodcast, Joe explains why information wars pose the greatest risk to democracy, how manipulating the mind works through misinformation, and what changes to the voting system he’d like to see put in place.

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