Georgia Democrats sue governor over unfounded 2018 hacking claims
A lawsuit seeks to remove two press releases that baselessly accused Democrats of hacking the state's voter registration database after a researcher found severe security flaws.
Georgia Gov. Kemp orders cybersecurity training for state employees
Recent ransomware attacks and nudging from national associations have prompted the governor to mandate all state employees undergo twice-yearly training.
Georgia board endorses more electronic voting machines
The new machines would make paper receipts, but advocates of hand-marked ballots say they don't go far enough to secure the state's elections.
Georgia has not followed good election security practices, cyber expert says
Gov.-elect Brian Kemp's last-minute accusation that Democrats hacked the state's voter registration database is but one in a string of election security gaffes, an expert told StateScoop.