The U.S. military is joining federal, state and local officials on the frontlines of the battle to protect the country’s elections from foreign interference.
Defense Secretary Mark Esper made the announcement Thursday, saying that, from now on, election security will be one of the military’s enduring missions, and that his department will seek to take the fight to the country’s enemies.
“The lines between war and peace have now blurred,” Esper said, citing an exponential expansion of dangers in cyberspace. “Our paradigm for war has changed.”
“Our adversaries see cyberwarfare as a way to take on the United States and impose costs without read more >>>