ICSI in Psychology Today

How to Hack an Election: An Intelligence Analysis
February 6, 2018 | Eric Haseltine PhD, Psychology Today

For instance, CNN online published a story quoting Dr. Nicholas Weaver, of the International Computer Science Institute at the University of California, Berkeley. "Nobody is going to be able to change the outcome of the presidential vote by hacking voting machines. The system is too distributed, too decentralized, too many implementations for any individual actor or group to make substantial change."