According to AJC,
The secretary of state’s office said Wednesday that it is “actively investigating alternative arrangements” to using Kennesaw State University’s Center for Election Systems, news that coincided with the unmasking by Politico Magazine of the security researchers behind a data scare involving the center that became public in March.
Politico and the Washington Post both reported yesterday that the KSU center was at the center of controversial handling of Georgia’s election infrastructure.
AJC reporting continues to repeat denials from Secretary of State’s office that experts contest and to misstate Judge Adams’ decision last week that denied request to shift #GA06 to paper ballots. SOS claims 27,000 voting machines air-gapped and not connected to the Internet, but experts have pointed out the many attack vectors that make use of indirect connections.