Paper ballots could save the election
Chris Krebs, who heads the Department of Homeland Security's cybersecurity agency, says that low-tech solutions might be the key to a secure election.
Dan Patterson interviews CISA Chris Krebs about the importance of paper ballots.
The computerization of elections has made the voting process vulnerable to hackers. Imagine: voting machines manipulated by foreign adversaries, city infrastructures crippled by ransomware on Election Day, and disinformation about results proliferating on social networks after the election.