Stephen Ufford reveals how issues such as fake news and state-sponsored meddling in elections has made digital identity the key to the continued success of democracy
With the election season ramping up in the US, American citizens have been bombarded with warnings that the process might be hacked by adversaries from overseas or extremists at home. This follows a string of cases globally in which democratic electoral processes have been the subject of tampering and infiltration.
The first major security issue involving Presidential election campaigns was in 2017, when French President Emmanuel Macron was targeted . . .