Move To Stop OH Vote Hackers

Ohio’s new elections chief is ready to voice his support for a bill he says aims to better protect the battleground state’s election systems from cyberattacks. Ohio Secretary of State, Frank LaRose took office in January. He’s testifying on the measure at the Statehouse. The legislation would empower LaRose’s office and the Ohio National Guard to improve responsiveness to elections cyberattacks. It also would give LaRose a seat on the Ohio Homeland Security Advisory Council and enable him to hire a chief information security officer.

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