From Alliance for Securing Democracy:

States need additional federal funding to address election security vulnerabilities, according to a report co-authored by ASD Deputy Director David Salvo and Head of External Affairs Rachael Dean Wilson with the Brennan Center for Justice, R Street Institute, and University of Pittsburgh’s Institute for Cyber Law, Policy and Security. In an interview with the Washington Post Rachael Dean Wilson said, “our election security is only as strong as the weakest system we have.” David Salvo was also cited in the Post arguing that states do not have the resources needed to defend against the threat of foreign interference. Alabama news station WVTM 13 also interviewed Wilson, and the report received additional coverage in The HillDefense OnePoliticoAL.comTribLive.com, and the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report.