Rather than secure the electoral process itself, the government hopes to avoid interference in the upcoming November presidential vote with a hefty reward.
The U.S. government is concerned about foreign interference in the 2020 election, so much so that it will offer a reward of up to $10 million for anyone providing information that could lead to tracking down potential cybercriminals aiming to sabotage the November vote. This is tantamount to admitting there will be sabotage and that perpetrators can only be tracked down after the fact.
The reward covers anyone seeking to interfere with an election at the federal, state or local level by violating or even aiding the violation of a U.S. law against computer fraud and abuse, according to the department.
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